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Youth talk about G2055

GIVEN that it is Youth Month, young people were the first to be asked for their input on G2055, the Gauteng City Region’s development strategy.
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Premier delivers her budget

E-TOLLING and the Gauteng City-Region Observatory were among the issues mentioned by the Gauteng premier when she delivered her R237-million budget.
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Have your say on City Region

The Gauteng City Region’s ambitious long-term development plan has been released and the public is asked to submit comments.
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Health is budget priority

THE biggest winners in the provincial budget are health and infrastructure development, with billions poured into roads, schools and health facilities.
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Big projects for Gauteng

AN information communication technology hub in Nasrec is just one of several big projects that are in the pipeline for Gauteng, the provincial government has announced.
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Mokonyane lays out plans

BUILDING a smart, healthy, working province was at the heart of the premier’s state of the province speech, which included plans for transport and education.
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Hotline to the premier

BOUQUETS and brickbats, along with service delivery queries and concerns, can be logged directly with the premier on the new hotline, 0860 428 8364.
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Hotline to the premier

IT will be possible for people to report service delivery queries directly to the premier using a new province-wide hotline.
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Gauteng reviews city-region concept

BETTER transport, coordination among cities and more low-cost housing are among recommendations in the newly released territorial review of the province.
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Salga Gauteng plans meeting

THE provincial branch of the local government organisation will meet to find ways of improving the lives of residents and elect a new executive committee.
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Premier reviews progress

THE Gauteng premier spoke about the successes in provincial municipalities when she released the local government performance review for 2005 to 2011.
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Alcohol abuse targeted

THE provincial government has teamed up with South African Breweries to fight alcohol abuse and the social ills around it.
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Good work in health, education

CROWNED by the runaway success of the World Cup, 2010 was a startling year. For the province, there were plenty of achievements, but some challenges too.
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Gauteng, Eskom tackle electricity woes

A PARTNERSHIP between Gauteng and Eskom will see efforts to encourage residents to pay for electricity consumption being stepped up, and indigent residents provided with electricity.
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Premier lists Gauteng's successes

IT was a job well done in the first quarter, according to Mokonyane, who spoke about education, health, Gautrain and, of course, the World Cup.
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Blue IQ projects 'are ongoing'

PROJECTS initiated by Gauteng's Blue IQ initiative are all in "various stages of development" and will continue to deliver economic benefits.
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Service delivery is on agenda

PROVINCIAL standards are being drawn up to ensure there is adequate delivery of services in all Gauteng municipalities.
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Focus on needs of poor

CREATING a safety net for the vulnerable sections of society and sustaining employment growth and increasing economic opportunities drive the provincial budget.
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Premier outlines year's plans

IN her State of the Province address, Nomvula Mokonyane spoke about health care, jobs, crime, roads and potholes, the Gautrain and, of course, the World Cup.
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Gauteng is going film friendly

A CAMPAIGN aims to make Gauteng a friendly destination of choice for the film industry, and so bring jobs and money to the province.
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