Over R42 billion has been set aside in Gauteng to build schools and major infrastructure projects to boost the local economy.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has set a target to create more than 600 000 jobs in the formal sector 'in the next two years'.
About R16 million gained from the sale of the Gauteng premier’s official residence would be used to fund the studies of 40 deserving students.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has appealed to opposition parties not to use the deaths of more than 100 mental patients as a “political football”.
Heavy rains are predicted in Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo and parts of North West this week in the aftermath of tropical storm Dineo.
While there were no fatalities in a peak hour collision between two passenger trains at the busy Rosslyn station, more than 100 people were injured.
The High Level Panel on Assessment of Key Legislation and Acceleration of Fundamental Change Panel is making headway, writes Kgalema Mothlanthe.
The parents of twins who allegedly abused the babies, denied any knowledge of how the boy, when he was 11-weeks-old, ended ...
Pretoria police are looking for a gang member whom they believe can assist in the investigation of a house robbery case.
South Africans have R13898714.89 in under two months to help humanitarian efforts in Syria.
Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa turned the sod to mark the start of construction of the Skukuza Safari Lodge at the Kruger National Park.
Water restrictions is set to continue despite more rain and improvement of dam levels in Gauteng.
The Aids Healthcare Foundation, the largest non-profit HIV/Aids health care provider worldwide, ended its 'Always in Fashion' awareness campaign.
Workers from the Department of Water and Sanitation's Hartbeespoort offices have been living with a filthy and an unkempt environment for a year.
Police have been accused of failing to protect foreigners whose Pretoria West premises were torched over accusations of drug dealing and prostitution.