Audi South Africa employee is driving progress in her career
·   First Audi South Africa employee selected for annual exchange programme between Volkswagen Group South Africa and Volkswagen Group in Germany ·  Keamogetswe Pitsi is the selected employee who will participate in the 2018 Wanderjahre Exchange Programme The Wanderjahre Programme is an annual exchange initiative between Volkswagen Group South... Read more
Government asks H&M to consider buying from local suppliers
Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel says the department has made a proposal to global clothing retailer H&M to consider buying goods from local suppliers. The Minister said this in a media briefing ahead of tabling the department’s budget vote speech in the National Assembly on Thursday. “Last year, H&M,... Read more
Initiative to revive mining sector
Minister of Science and Technology Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane will this week launch a mining initiative aimed at reviving South Africa’s flagging mining sector. The Mandela Mining Precinct will be launched on Friday at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in Johannesburg. “The Mandela Mining Precinct aims to support... Read more
Dti Minister to launch Gauteng InvestSA One Stop Shop
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies and Gauteng Premier David Makhura are expected to launch Gauteng’s Investor One Stop Shop (OSS) on Tuesday in Sandton. The launch will take place at the Gauteng Investment Centre in Sandton (1 Sandton Drive). The InvestSA One Stop Shop is a government programme... Read more
SADC Council of Ministers underway
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) Council of Ministers’ two-day meeting kicked off in Tshwane this morning with a call for increased focus on industrialisation. With increased industrialisation, the regional bloc is set to diversify economies and expand value chains in the zone. “Industrialisation remains a core pre-requisite for... Read more
Proposed rates hike in Gauteng a concern
Concerns were raised by residents after the city raised the value of properties following the release of its municipal valuations recently. The valuations saw properties re-valued by between 20% and 100%, resulting in higher rates and taxes. Premier Makhura has also joined and expressed his deep concern about what... Read more
Gauteng invests R440 million in roads
The Gauteng Provincial Government will invest R440 million on a road construction project on the K54 (Tsamaya Road) in Mamelodi, Tshwane east. “It includes constructing a northbound dual carriageway, two bridges over the railway line, cycle and pedestrian paths as well as taxi lay-bys,” Gauteng MEC for Roads and... Read more
May the best furniture win
Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) industrial design student Merliska Meerman will use her “Rhino” design concept as a solution to filling the gap currently existing in the South African manufacturing sector for children’s furniture. The 21-year-old will vie for the coveted title of producing the best furniture design concept... Read more
Research to take centre stage at health summit
The upcoming Research and Innovation Summit by the Gauteng Health Department is expected to tackle the use of research as a means to deliver an effective health system. “The overarching objective is to increase awareness about the need to use evidence based research and improve stakeholder participation in the... Read more
Gauteng Health appoints new HOD
Professor Mkhululi Lukhele has taken over the reins as the Head of the Gauteng Health Department with immediate effect following his appointment on Thursday. Professor Lukhele has worked as Head of Orthopaedics at Charlotte Maxeke Academic Hospital and has recently completed his term as the Head of the Wits... Read more