Gauteng is pinning its hope on infrastructure development to create much-needed jobs as the effects of COVID-19 continue to batter the country's economy.
The youth and women of Ekurhuleni are set to benefit from a multimillion rand rail project, which is expected to start next year in the Gauteng city.
South African citizens wanting to study towards a formal qualification in the transport, engineering or built environment fields have until 15 September 2016 to apply for a Masakh’iSizwe bursary.
Minister of Human Settlements, Lindiwe Sisulu has congratulated students and management of the Mangosuthu University of Technology in Durban for the great academic achievements and infrastructure development.
Construction at the University of Mpumalanga (UMP) is well underway with enrolment at the university set to increase to 1 550 students in 2017, said the Department of Higher Education and Training.