The Gauteng provincial government has instituted an investigation into alleged financial mismanagement involving its Sustainable Livelihood Programme.
President Jacob Zuma has instructed Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi to ensure that the Health Ombudsman's recommendations are wholly and speedily implemented without any reservations.
Teaching and learning commenced well in most schools countrywide, while few interruptions were experienced in other schools on the first day of the academic year.
The 3rd Annual Mandela Remembrance Walk is open for registration and members of the public, who want to join in, can register for free before the closing date on 2 December 2016.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has welcomed the increase in jobs created in the province between July and September.
The Gauteng Provincial Government has signed a declaration of intent with the Department of Higher Education and Training to help address the dearth of student accommodation.
National and provincial government leaders have this morning visited schools across the country to assess the state of readiness for the new school year and to wish learners well for 2016.
Nineteen departments and public entities of the Gauteng Provincial Government have achieved clean audit status for the 2014/15 financial year.
Students have raised their concerns regarding access to financial aid and studying and living conditions at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) during a visit by President Jacob Zuma to the university’s Soshanguve campus.