MEC Mayathula-Khoza tells women's cooperatives the construction industry is rightfully theirs too
The construction industry should do away with its historic reputation of discriminating against women and instead take effective steps to strengthen their role. Government is however taking steps to ensure that women gain equitable access
DID helps build smart classrooms as part of radical social transformation and modernisation
Improvement in the quality of education infrastructure is an improvement in the quality of life of communities. Hence the start of the process of provisioning smart classrooms at Gauteng schools
DID champions the empowerment of women in the construction sector
The construction sector in Gauteng Province can only make meaningful socioeconomic impact in communities through deliberate programmes for the empowerment of women.
Department launches groundbreaking e-Maintenance solution for health infrastructure
Good quality social infrastructure is the backbone on which communities can build sustainable livelihoods and this depends largely on the development of innovative service delivery solutions in the public sector
Provincial and local infrastructure programmes aligning to NDP job creation goals
All current and planned infrastructure development programmes taking place in Gauteng Province should help address the goals of the National Development Plan on job creation, skills development and poverty eradication.