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26 May 2017
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19 May 2017
DID GP: Gauteng Department of Infrastructure Development delivers the 48th school since 2014
Gauteng Province is proud to open the 48th school since 2014 and the 3rd school in the Braamfisherville area since January 2017. The MEC for Education Mr Panyaza Lesufi and MEC for Infrastructure...
05 Mar 2017
DoE and DID GP: MEC Jacob Mamabolo officially hands over the Soshanguve East Secondary School
The opening of the Soshanguve East Secondary School fulfills the promise to the people of Gauteng that we will open a new school once every month. This is the fourth school opened since July 2016....
27 Sep 2016
Eskom: Power alert 1 - Repurposing of appliances and why it is dangerous
Every year, innocent lives are lost and people are seriously injured as a consequence of the unsafe use of electricity. Some of the biggest contributors to these electricity-related incidents are:...
25 Aug 2016
New move against Gordhan suggests South Africa's laws are under threat
South Africa’s elite police unit, the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation also know as the Hawks, this week summoned the country’s Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan to appear at its offices...
17 Aug 2016
07 Jul 2016
Warburton Attorneys Monthly Sustainability Legislation, Regulation and Parliamentary Update (June 2016)
SECTION A:  ENVIRONMENTAL (NATIONAL) National Environmental Management Act 107 of 1998
25 May 2016
SA: Paul Mashatile: Address by MEC for Human Settlements, on the Department of Human Settlements Budget Vote, Gauteng Provincial Legislature (24/05/2016)
Allow me the privilege to preface my speech by uttering these timeless words from our country’s Constitution: “Everyone has the right to have access to adequate housing”.
31 Mar 2016
Noncompliant powerline structures seen as cause of vulture electrocutions
An initial investigation into the electrocution of 48 Cape vultures on Eskom powerlines near Elliot, in the Eastern Cape, has indicated that noncompliant structures were responsible for the death...
29 Jan 2016
South Africa must shift its research focus from fossil fuels to renewables
Renewable energy makes up a very small part of South Africa’s energy mix. This needs to be improved as the country’s reliance on coal is still very high. An increase in renewable usage will result...
12 Jan 2016
Why South Africa should undo Mandela's economic deals
Is South Africa finally maturing to the point that the economic - not just political - compromises of the 1990s democratic transition can be reconsidered? When engaging student activists, for...
29 Jul 2015
WC: New temporary community day centre in Mfuleni
The new Mfuleni temporary community day centre (CDC), currently being built by the Department of Transport and Public Works, is scheduled for completion at the end of July 2015. It is expected to...
23 Jul 2015
Platinum bridal jewellery demand up in China, fuel cells powering blocks of flats
Platinum marketing money previously devoted largely to discounts and commissions is now being used to boost platinum jewellery, investment and fuel cell promotion, says Anglo American Platinum...
09 Mar 2015
COGHSTA: Xhanti Teki on brick-laying ceremony of Zachariah Moabi
The progressive joint efforts by the Department of Human Settlements and the Department of Military Veterans to build houses for Military Veterans in derived directly from the Constitution, The...
01 Dec 2014
DA: Helen Zille on the power struggle SA can’t afford to lose
When the history of South Africa’s multiparty democracy is written, Eskom’s name should be up in lights. This thought helps me control my anger during the rolling blackouts that are doing...
28 Nov 2014
CFCR: Johan Kruger says Constitutional Court's Hawks judgment is a step in the right direction
The Centre for Constitutional Rights (the CFCR) welcomes, in principle, a judgment delivered by the Constitutional Court in which it confirmed that the South African Police Service Act 68 of 1995...
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