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Energy

Energy

Press Release   Robbie Louw, Director of Promethium Carbon. Picture by Gladwell Ntusi   Picture by Gladwell Ntusi Degraded land can be used to create renewable energy solutions for communities, according to a feasibility study by Promethium Carbon for a community based renewable energy project. The feasibility study, funded by the Prosperity Fund under the British […]

Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs

Mayor Mashaba welcomes world’s entrepreneurs to Jozi Herman Mashaba, is the  Joburg Mayor Johannesburg Executive Mayor Cllr Herman Mashaba today (Tuesday March 14) welcomed more than 4 000 delegates to the ninth edition of the Global Entrepreneurship Congress (GEC) at the Sandton Convention Centre, saying it was a pleasure for the City to be hosting […]

Budget 2017

Budget 2017

Gauteng’s budget supports poor citizens in tough economic times     Barbara Creecy is the Gauteng Finance MEC.   Finance MEC Barbara Creecy this morning unveiled Gauteng’s R108-billion budget; saying it will strengthen the transformation of the provincial economy and maintain spending on quality social services to support poor citizens in tough economic times.   […]

Dagada

We are ready to do business,says new City’s finance boss   Nie Cele Stephen Kekana   One of the ever close-mouthed department in the city has finally released a well chronicled media statement that outlines its plans for the next five years.   According to the terse statement,newly appointed finance MMC, Dr. Rabelani Dagada met […]

Payment of government suppliers

Relief for business contractors Nie Cele Believe or not, sluggish payment challenges faced by contractors doing business with Gauteng government could be a thing of the past. This follows recent announcement that, At least 10 Gauteng government departments have paid 90 percent of their invoices within 30 days and a further nine departments achieved payment […]

Gauteng Budget 2016

Gauteng Budget 2016

Creecy tables an earth shattering budget for the province Gosiame Legoale Nie Cele A whooping R103.4 billion budget has been tabled for Gauteng. Speaking at the Legislature, finance MEC Barbara Creecy outlined key interventions to achieve inclusive economic growth and expand quality services to support poor families in difficult economic times. At first she acknowledged […]

Gauteng Audit report

MAKHURA BUOYANT ABOUT THE AUDIT OUTCOME Msimelelo Gwiji Tswarello Monyane Asiphe Cokile   Gauteng Premier, David Makhura is upbeat about the number of departments and public entities that obtained a clean audit. Speaking at a recent briefing in the Legislature where he addressed the media, Makhura said, this province has shown significant and sustained improvement […]

FNB TO HANDLE GPG PURSE

FNB NETS A MULTIBILLION TENDER DEAL Asiphe Cokile Tswarello Monyane Its final, First National Bank (FNB) will handle the Gauteng Provincial Government (GPG) purse for another five years. This was announced at the Legislature by the Finance MEC, Barbara Creecy. Currently FNB holds the province’s centralised banking services contract which ends in March next year. […]

City leads the pack

CITY OF JOHANNESBURG USES INNOVATION AND FAR-SIGHTEDNESS TO CEMENT ITS POSITION AS SOUTH AFRICA’s No1 METRO THE latest assessment of the City of Johannesburg’s management of finances by Fitch Ratings Agency has confirmed its pole position as a financial leader and innovator. Fitch has lauded the City for its R100bn 10-year infrastructure plan and its […]

Foreign Nationals wanted out of Soweto

Foreign Nationals wanted out of Soweto

Nie Cele In a twist of events, recent looting spree on foreign nationals shops could soon resurface on a larger scale. This follows resolutions raised in a meeting by concerned Soweto business owners at the Donaldson Orlando Community Centre. Speakers at the packed to the rafters hall blasted provincial government politicians in what they termed […]

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