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​Gauteng MEC for Gauteng Community Safety, Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane has taken fifty young ladies on a prison tour aimed at discouraging them from a life of crime.
The Gauteng MEC for Community Safety, Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane is urging law enforcement officers in the province to arrest any officers who solicits bribes in the province without any hesitation.
​To inculcate the life-long culture of learning and reading in the lives of both young and old in townships around Ekurhuleni, two libraries were officially opened on Wednesday.
MEC for Community Safety, Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane has applauded the police’s swift action that led to the arrest of five men for possession of unlicensed firearms, ammunition, and cellphones in Zuurbekom on Tuesday
​The Gauteng Department of Health says conducting a legal audit in a bid to address disputes has yielded positive results.
​The newly-opened bridge linking residents to the Nancefield industrial area has been welcome by residents and local businesses as it will have many economic spinoffs for the community along the N12 freeway near Eldorado Park.
​After nearly a month the Gauteng Department of Roads and has lifted its suspension preventing the Witwatersrand African Taxi Owners Association’s (Wata) from operating taxis in Soweto.
​Gauteng Premier David Makhura used this year’s Women’s Day celebrations to speak against the struggles and challenges women still face today.
​This year’s 61st Anniversary of Women’s Day saw the Gauteng Provincial Government livening up the streets of Tshwane, in honour of the thousands of women who marched against pass laws in1956.
​Gauteng Premier David Makhura has learnt with shock of the collapsed pedestrian bridge, which runs across the N3 freeway Geldenhuys interchange where several people were injured.
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