Gauteng Government Falls Short on Employing the Disabled

Refiloe Nt'sekhe DA Gauteng Shadow MEC for Social Development

The Gauteng Provincial Government (GPG) needs to take a more holistic approach to it recruitment strategy for people with disabilities, by providing internships and further training to deserving candidates. A written response from acting Premier and Health MEC Qedani Mahlangu revealed that the Gauteng Provincial Government (GPG) only employs 2466…

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Mogale City has Abandoned its Informal Residents

Alan Fuchs DA Gauteng

Life for residents of Mogale City’s 112 informal settlements has not changed in the past 21 years, and given the Mogale City Council’s track record, it is unlikely to change under the current administration. The majority of these settlements have no electricity, no roads and are reliant on water provided…

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SADTU Mass Action Disrupts Learning at Under-performing Schools

South African Democratic Teachers Union - SADTU

SADTU Disruptions The South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) protest march in Tshwane is disrupting learning in schools across Gauteng, further harming the prospects of a better future for learners at under performing schools. This morning I visited a number of schools, and found that mostly teachers from under-performing schools…

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