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E-toll tariffs halved

E-toll tariffs halved

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced a new payment model for e-tolls in Gauteng.


Government - By Staff Writer | 20 May, 2015
Treasury concerned about power constraints

Treasury concerned about power constraints

National Treasury is concerned about the negative impact of electricity constraints on growth and potential growth, says Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene.


Government - By SA News | 18 May, 2015
Gauteng withdraws 88,000 tablets from schools because of theft

Gauteng withdraws 88,000 tablets from schools because of theft

A R17 billion digital classrooms project in Gauteng is in jeopardy because of burglary and theft.


Government - By Staff Writer | 15 May, 2015
Municipality spends R120,000 on Nando’s and KFC

Municipality spends R120,000 on Nando’s and KFC

The Harry Gwala District Municipality spent R116,310 on Nando’s and KFC.


Government - By News24Wire | 12 May, 2015
Inside Eskom’s top 20 defaulting municipalities

Inside Eskom’s top 20 defaulting municipalities

The 20 defaulting municipalities identified by Eskom for massive non-payment are also some of the biggest wasteful spenders.


Government - By Staff Writer | 11 May, 2015
Why the death penalty won’t solve SA’s crime problem

Why the death penalty won’t solve SA’s crime problem

Reinstating the death penalty won’t solve South Africa’s crime problems – but the current punitive “retributive justice system” isn’t working either, according to Nicro CEO, Soraya Solomon.


Government - By Staff Writer | 9 May, 2015
Eskom begins 12 hour load shedding

Eskom begins 12 hour load shedding

Eskom has confirmed that stage 1 load shedding would take place from 10:00 until 22:00 on Friday.


Government - By News24Wire | 8 May, 2015
E-tolls essential for Joburg: premier

E-tolls essential for Joburg: premier

The money collected from e-tolls was essential in upgrading Johannesburg’s transport infrastructure, Gauteng premier David Makhura said on Thursday.


Government - By News24Wire | 8 May, 2015
Holiday in Cape Town, but come work in Johannesburg

Holiday in Cape Town, but come work in Johannesburg

If your business does not have a base and footprint in Gauteng within the next five years, it will miss out “big time”, according to Gauteng premier David Makhura.


Government - By News24Wire | 7 May, 2015
Strikes have caused delays: Eskom

Strikes have caused delays: Eskom

The continued unprotected industrial action at Eskom’s Medupi power station has resulted in delays, said Eskom on Wednesday.


Government - By SA News | 6 May, 2015
Eskom owed R2 billion by Free State municipalities

Eskom owed R2 billion by Free State municipalities

Municipalities in the Free State owe power utility, Eskom, almost R2 billion.


Government - By SA News | 5 May, 2015
Gauteng finance head sacked over R50 million IT contract

Gauteng finance head sacked over R50 million IT contract

The Gauteng Provincial Government has dismissed the head of the Gauteng Department of Finance Stuart Lumka for financial misconduct.


Government - By Staff Writer | 5 May, 2015
Eskom says no to R1.5 billion cost-cutting

Eskom says no to R1.5 billion cost-cutting

Acting Eskom CEO Brian Molefe says that he is unwilling to cut the power utility’s R1.5 billion staff catering bill, despite its financial crisis.


Government - By Staff Writer | 5 May, 2015
How SA can create 11 million jobs

How SA can create 11 million jobs

South Africa needs over 49,000 scalable SMEs to create 11 million jobs by 2030 to meet the National Development Plan.


Government - By Staff Writer | 4 May, 2015
SA government spying on its citizens: report

SA government spying on its citizens: report

A new report details how government security agencies are allegedly spying, monitoring and harassing citizens in South Africa.


Government - By MyBroadband | 28 April, 2015
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