Gauteng Premier David Makhura has called on citizens to remain vigilant because while the COVID-19 storm in the province has slowed down, it is yet to pass.
While the daily COVID-19 infections have dropped from an average of 5 000 down to 1 700 in Gauteng, a long road still lies ahead, Premier David Makhura has warned.
Over the past seven days, COVID-19 cases in Gauteng have doubled, with hospital admissions increasing and 20 more people dying as a result of COVID-19.
The level of awareness and compliance with the lockdown regulations in Gauteng have improved but areas in some townships remain a concern for government.
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande will on Thursday launch a train manufacturing factory at Dunnottar Park in Nigel, Ekurhuleni.
The Gauteng provincial government has instituted an investigation into alleged financial mismanagement involving its Sustainable Livelihood Programme.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has sent a stern warning to the communities who vandalise schools during service delivery protests, saying that government will not come back and rebuild another school for them.