Monthly Archives: July 2016

MEC Vadi officially opens newly constructed Cedar road

Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Ismail Vadi, today officially opened the newly constructed Cedar road valued at R88.5 million. He said that the previously narrow and congested road has been transformed into a dual carriageway with improved lighting and traffic control measures, pedestrian walkways and well developed intersections. Vadi acknowledged the contribution of the...
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Gauteng seeks private partners to fund infrastructure service delivery

Finance MEC Barbara Creecy this morning announced the names of the projects that the province will put to the market in July; seeking to attract private sector investment as it pushes ahead with its goal of accelerating the delivery of infrastructure. Addressing the Provincial Legislature on the Treasury and e-Government Budget Votes, the MEC said these...
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Economic Cluster reports on progress in implementing the TMR

We invite you to join us in taking a walk down memory lane as we assess progress we have made in delivering on the commitments we made when we came into office two years ago. As the biggest contributor to the country’s economy, it is important for the Gauteng province to transform its economy in...
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Governance and Planning Cluster reports on progress in implementing the TMR

Today marks just over two years since the current administration took office and set out to implement the Programme of radical Transformation, Modernisation and Reindustrialisation (TMR). During this week, through the Budget Votes we will demonstrate that we have made progress in the implementation of the TMR programme. MECs will provide evidence that government is on...
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