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Gauteng celebrates carnival culture

The Joburg suburb of Yeoville, once home to an arty, student crowd, is now filled with immigrants and refugees from across Africa. It is a vibrant melting pot of African culture, and the perfect venue for the Gauteng Children’s Carnival.

Free tablets

Free tablets, wi-fi for Gauteng schools

Gauteng's 2 200 public schools will have access to uncapped wi-fi and 3G connectivity and 88 000 Huawei tablets will be distributed to students from next year as part of the province's e-Learning Solution.

Power on the airwaves

A stellar line-up of some of the nation's most well-known presenters make up the team on the new Power FM talk radio station – with some surprises among them. The station promises something new and different from other talk radio offerings.
Radio in South Africa

Huawei, Khulisani bring ICT skills to the disabled

Huawei South Africa has partnered with Khulisani to launch a mbile ICT training centre project to provide computer skills training to schools for underprivileged, disabled children in south Gauteng.

Building blocks of hope

The New Jerusalem Children’s Home in Midrand, Gauteng, combines sustainability with aesthetics through the inspired installation of 28 shipping containers that serve as accommodation for children.
Getting internet from the sun

Hop on, hop off – and experience Jozi

The red buses have arrived – Johannesburg’s open-top city sightseeing service has officially launched and is expected to boost tourism in the vibrant multi-cultural city, especially in its southern suburbs.
CT’s transport system lauded

Taking ballet to township kids

Dance talent is sought and nurtured in Gauteng's disadvantaged townships by South African Mzansi Ballet. Young, poor dancers are introduced to the joy of classical ballet and exposed to a potential career in the performing arts.

Revamping Gauteng’s freeways

Greater safety is promised on Gauteng’s roads with the South African National Roads Agency’s announcement of streamlined emergency services for motorists, while a section of freeway notorious for traffic accidents has also been improved.
Think pedestrian – and save lives

2010 Fifa World Cup: success stories

Gauteng ‘ready for Afcon spectacle’

With just over a week left before the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations kicks off, South Africa's Gauteng province is pulling out all the stops to ensure that the opening and final games of the tournament are a success.
Automotive training centre for Gauteng

Automotive training centre for Gauteng

The Gauteng provincial government and Nissan South Africa have started construction on a new automotive training academy at Nissan's plant in Rosslyn, Pretoria, in a bid to tackle the shortage of manufacturing skills in the country.

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