According to Corruption Watch’s annual report, SA’s most populous province also has the most reported cases of corruption; 50% of all those reported in the entire country.
The death of a Zimbabwean woman’s baby last week has again brought up questions around Gauteng’s dismal public healthcare system, but the MEC blames foreigners for the systems failures.
More folks are moving to Gauteng looking for, well… more money really and it’s costing the province a pretty penny; if Gauteng needs more money, however, it’ll have to be shaved off the other provinces’ budgets.
Then Bheki Mlangeni Hospital in Soweto refused to admit a 64 year-old man in critical condition, for not having the R20 needed to receive treatment.
Gauteng education MEC promises new tech for all schools, but hasn’t even got all of them fitted with proper sanitation yet.
All these interruptions and “points of order” are getting a bit old. But here we go again. Watch EFF members call Gauteng Premier David Makhura a liar and interrupt his speech
After allegations of racial segregation at the Curro Foundation School in Pretoria, apologies from the principal and promises of reintegration, the Gauteng Education MEC is pushing for a review into private education in the province
With the petrol station armed robbery on the R21 near Kempton Park yesterday, this week has turned out to be one of the worst for motorists in Gauteng. In case you didn’t catch all of them, have a look.
Don’t let your folks feed you mushrooms when the only dietary education they’ve had took place at Alien Safari. These poor kids kicked the bucket, because their parents didn’t have a clue.
Hospitals throughout Gauteng ran out of essential medicines in recent weeks, including a life-saving drug for people with AIDS called amphotericin B.
All is fair in love and war – and apparently politics, as the ANC blurs party lines and province colours
Why fly elsewhere by plane when one can fly by balloon on a stunningly quiet safari in South Africa?
Three South African hospital officials to be investigated over the alleged sale of a body to an undertaker.
Part II of our feature explores the specific urban and workforce features that enhance Gauteng’s long-term prospects to become a major outsourcing world outsourcing centre
We take a closer look at how Gauteng Province’s incentive proposition to business process outsourcers complements national incentives