Government of South Africa

Public Works Minister tackles irregularity in Government leases

The Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi says 22 irregular or fraudulent leases have been identified and will be coming under the microscope. ... Full story

SA encouraged to take advantage of Govt Infrastructure Programme

South Africa should take advantage of government's massive infrastructure programme with support from all sectors ... Full story

Concerns over Government Leasing Expenditure

The National Treasury is concerned that R3 billion a year spent on leasing properties for state departments was too high, according to a report on Wednesday. ... Full story

SA Govt ready to roll out infrastructure plan

Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe says government is ready to roll out the country’s infrastructure plan announced by President Jacob Zuma in his State of the Nation Address earlier this year. ... Full story

The City of Johannesburg making progress in resolving billing crisis

The City of Johannesburg says it is turning the tide on its billing challenges and is on track to meet the June deadline to clear all billing related queries that pre-date the end of October 2011. ... Full story

The first Parastatal building in SA to achieve a Green Star certification

An agency of the Department of Transport is leading the way for government as the first parastatal in South Africa to achieve a Green Star SA rating for one of its buildings. ... Full story

Prasa plans R500m Braamfontein development

The state-run Passenger Rail Agency of SA plans to invest R500m to deck over the Braamfontein rail-stock yard for mixed-use property developments that will link the Johannesburg inner city with the historical suburb of Fordsburg. ... Full story

Mpumalanga Govt budgets R2.8bn on infrastructure projects

The Mpumalanga Provincial Government has set aside R2.8 billion for infrastructure projects in the coming financial year, which starts on 1 April. ... Full story

Cape Town, Naspers parking lot deal to be examined

The Public Protector is to investigate the R106 million deal signed between the City of Cape Town and publishing group Naspers for a parking lot that could be worth less than half the amount. ... Full story

Cele asked why two buildings, one owner

Bheki Cele cannot explain the coincidence that both buildings identified for police accommodation in Durban and Pretoria are owned by one man. ... Full story

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