Bursary Scheme gives boost to needy students while fifty new ones are unveiled for 2016
The Department of Infrastructure Development has awarded fifty new bursaries to needy students for the academic year 2016.
Gauteng condemns uncaring contractor at Delta Park School and acts swiftly to school needs
MEC Mayathula-Khoza has strongly condemned the uncaring attitude of the contractor whose services for the refurbishment of the Delta Park School were terminated in September 2015 due to negligence which led to serious injuries to three learners
MEC Mayathula-Khoza happy with progress at two newly constructed schools in Tshwane
The Gauteng MEC for Infrastructure Development has expressed satisfaction with the progress made at two newly-constructed high schools in the Eastern Development Corridor as part of accelerating access to education infrastructure in the province.
The new Chief Luthuli Primary School a model for redressing infrastructure imbalances
The newly unveiled Chief Albert Luthuli Primary School in the City of Ekurhuleni is a model of how government’s infrastructure development programme is addressing the historical imbalances in former black townships.
The Gauteng City Region insists contractors comply with Township Economy Revitalisation
Contractors who have been tasked with implementation of infrastructure development projects must adhere to the requirements of the EPWP, local job creation and small contractor development.