In an effort to build a government founded on integrity, Premier David Makhura has urged public servants, particularly
The Gauteng Provincial Government will invest more than R32 billion towards infrastructure development, while Gauteng municipalities will spend R94 billion over the next five years.
In response to the outcry of residents about the tolling system and the high traffic volumes on Gauteng freeways, the Department of Roads and Transport has embarked on a rehabilitation plan to ease traffic volumes and curb road fatalities.
Roads and Transport MEC Ismail Vadi will officially open the Quagga Road in Laudium, Tshwane on Tuesday, 17 February 2015.
The City of Johannesburg is taking tough measures to protect motorists from aggressive window washers and smash and grabs which have steadily increased at some intersections in recent months.