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  1. Jamie McKane

    Gauteng's strategy to crack down on COVID-19 hotspots

    Gauteng's strategy to crack down on COVID-19 hotspots Ahead of the national migration to COVID-19 alert level 3, Gauteng Premier David Makhura has assured citizens that the province is prepared to control the spread of the virus at designated hotspots. "We have done a lot of work to prepare...
  2. Newsfeed

    Severe weather impacts Openserve infrastructure

    Severe weather impacts Openserve infrastructure Severe weather in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal has resulted in a significant increase in network faults, said Openserve.
  3. Newsfeed

    Joburg storm leaves MTN towers without power

    Joburg storm leaves MTN towers without power Severe weather in Gauteng has affected MTN infrastructure across the province.
  4. Newsfeed

    Gauteng to clamp down on illegal Uber and metered taxis

    Gauteng to clamp down on illegal Uber and metered taxis The Gauteng provincial authorities are going to clamp down on non-compliant Uber and metered taxi operators in an attempt to quell the “territorial warfare” between Uber and metered taxi driver.
  5. Newsfeed

    Cashless payments on the cards for Gauteng commuters

    Cashless payments on the cards for Gauteng commuters The Gauteng Provincial Government will in the next three months introduce a pilot project for a single e-ticket for public transport users.
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    Alternatives to ADSL When Your Area Is Trapped In The Stone Age

    I'm moving from Cape Town To JHB next month and did my line relocation with Telkom in the beginning of May. Today I get a phone call that the address I provided (Estate in Northriding, next to Northumberland Ave) has no ADSL infrastructure. Seems a bit ridiculous. But we are talking about...
  7. Kevin Lancaster

    These new photos show massive damage from Gauteng flash floods

    These new photos show massive damage from Gauteng flash floods Flash floods across the greater Johannesburg area on 9 November have left motorists without cars and businesses counting the costs of the damages incurred.
  8. Kevin Lancaster

    Gauteng taxis to accept digital payments

    Gauteng taxis to accept digital payments Digital payments of minibus taxi fares are set to be rolled out to the industry across Gauteng.
  9. Kevin Lancaster

    Gauteng power outages are here to stay

    Gauteng power outages are here to stay The supply of electricity to many parts of Gauteng will remain erratic over winter, with illegal connections and the continued roll-out of smart meters contributing factors.
  10. Kevin Lancaster

    Over 300 hacking attempts on Gauteng school application system

    Over 300 hacking attempts on Gauteng school application system Hackers have tried their luck on the Gauteng education department’s new online learner application system, the department announced on Tuesday.
  11. Kevin Lancaster

    Apply online for a Gauteng school spot at your own risk

    Apply online for a Gauteng school spot at your own risk A major security flaw in the Gauteng Department of Education’s new admissions website has raised the concerns of parents.
  12. Kevin Lancaster

    How much Gauteng plans to spend on its broadband network

    How much Gauteng plans to spend on its broadband network Gauteng has announced its budget for 2016, including plans to spend more money on its provincial broadband network.
  13. Kevin Lancaster

    Gauteng premier promises 100% broadband connectivity by 2019

    Gauteng premier promises 100% broadband connectivity by 2019 Premier David Makhura said in his State of the Province Address that Gauteng will reach its goal of 100% connectivity by 2019.
  14. schumi

    Gauteng allocates R123m for e-tolls in 2015

    Matthew le Cordeur Cape Town - Gauteng will spend R123m in 2015 to subsidise an e-toll fees gap which occurred as a result of the reduced user charge dispensation, it announced on Tuesday. Finance and e-Government MEC Barbara Creecy announced this during her mini budget speech for Gauteng...
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    Road Trip ideas?

    hi All, A mate is getting hitched soon, so we thinking of a roadtrip. Cars are a good mixture of hot hatches and performance sedans, we are all based in JHB and are looking at leaving the province to find that road that puts a smile on your face. any ideas are welcomed. thanks in advance
  16. Kevin Lancaster

    R1.2-billion Gauteng Broadband Network reaches milestone

    R1.2-billion Gauteng Broadband Network reaches milestone The R1.2-billion Gauteng Broadband Network roll-out by Altech Alcom Matomo has reached a milestone, with fibre broadband connectivity to eight core nodes.
  17. Kevin Lancaster

    Gauteng government uses solar power to fight load shedding

    Gauteng government uses solar power to fight load shedding Gauteng is moving towards renewable energy to take pressure off the struggling national energy grid
  18. Jan

    R333 million reprioritised to Gauteng broadband, ICT

    R333 million “reprioritised” for Gauteng broadband network The Gauteng finance department has reprioritised R333-million towards the Gauteng broadband network and other information and communication technologies, MEC Barbara Creecy said in the medium term budget policy statement.
  19. Kevin Lancaster

    Gauteng government made U-turn on e-tolls

    Gauteng government made U-turn on e-tolls After approving the e-tolling system, the Gauteng government made a U-turn, the e-tolls review panel in Pretoria heard on Tuesday
  20. NeonNinja

    Hire me; why not? (I.T)

    Ok, I'm actually tired of being thrown about, and CV spraying isn't really doing me any good... Although I'm still young (22), I want to set good ground for my self. CV available on Google Docs, if anyone interested... Looking for any position in I.T or relevant thereof. Overview: Study...
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