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Department of Health News Bulletin - 18 February 2024.pdf
Department of Health News Bulletin - 18 February 2024
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Re Aga Mmogo Construction Expo Booklet - 2024.pdf
Re Aga Mmogo Construction Expo Booklet - 2024
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Department of Health News Bulletin - 11 February 2024.pdf
Department of Health News Bulletin - 11 February 2024
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News Bulletin - 4 February 2024.pdf
News Bulletin - 4 February 2024
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Department of Health News Bulletin - 28 January 2024.pdf
Department of Health News Bulletin - 28 January 2024
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Gauteng Department of Health News Bulletin - 21 January 2024.pdf
Gauteng Department of Health News Bulletin - 21 January 2024
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Media Statement - Gauteng invests in Bursaries for Top Performing Matriculants from No-Fee Paying Schools - 21 January 2024.pdf
Media Statement - Gauteng invests in Bursaries for Top Performing Matriculants from No-Fee Paying Schools - 21 January 2024.pdf
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eTshumelo newsletter December 2023.pdf
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Office of the Premier Adjusted Annual Performance Plan - 2023-2024 .pdf
Office of the Premier Adjusted Annual Performance Plan - 2023-2024
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Office of the Premier Quarterly Performance Report 2023 - 2024 - Quarter 2 .pdf
Office of the Premier Quarterly Performance Report Quarter 2 2023 - 2024
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Social Development Annual Performance Plan 2023-2024 Financial Year.pdf
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Previously Homeless Beneficiary shares his tale during World Homeless Day
The Gauteng Department of Social Development (GDSD), in partnership with the City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Council and Ekurhuleni Homeless Forum, commemorated World Homeless Day at Kempton Park Civic Centre on Tuesday
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MEC Hlophe Ends Women’s Month On A High Note With Female Achievers
Gauteng Social Development, Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment MEC Mbali Hlophe celebrated and honoured 150 women achievers in various sectors during the high tea at Avianto Hotel, Muldersdrift in the West Rand region last Thursday.
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Youth organization making impact in the community
The Making Us Youth Organization (MUYO) which is funded by the Gauteng Department of Social Development in Kagiso Extension 12 in the West Rand
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ICT access gives Gauteng schools the edge
ICT access gives Gauteng schools the edge
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Infrastructure year in review magazine 2022.pdf
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“I used to issue and inspect cars but now I manage big projects,”
Sello Mabaso is a Gauteng Department of Social Development official who has been appointed as the new Deputy Director for Sustainable Livelihood Directorate early this year.
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Luthuli appointed the new Head of Desmond Tutu CYCC
Nompumelelo Luthuli who started as a Child and Youth care worker in the Gauteng Department of Social Development 24 years ago has been appointed head of the Desmond Tutu Child & Youth Care Centre.
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Department awards bursaries to youth
The Human Resource Development (HRD) unit in the Gauteng Department of Social Development has awarded fifty (50) bursaries to unemployed youth who wish to further their studies with a university of their choice in the country.
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Kosie bows out after forty years’ service
Her colleagues at Dr Fabian and Florence Ribeiro Treatment Centre call her Kosie but her real name is Cecilia Nell-Smutz.
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Umnotho for empowerment continues to change lives
Umnotho for Empowernent funded by the Gauteng Department of Social Development in Video Informal Settlement, Muldersdrift in the West Rand is determined to eradicate poverty across the region
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Bursaries and Financial Assistance for Study Purposes – 2022
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DDG Kabasia calls on government and social service council to support Child and Youth Care profession
The Gauteng Department of Social Development, Social Services, Deputy Director General (DDG) Onkemetse Kabasia has called on the National Department of Social Development and the South African Council for Social Service Professions
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Foster child sing praises to government
18-year-old foster child, Philemon Chihasha, is excited to have risen above challenges brought by the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic
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Department offered Juwele a home and entrepreneurial opportunity
Josua Juwele is originally from Upington in the Northern Cape Province; he came to Johannesburg, in search of greener pastures after being invited for a job interview, but he failed the interview.
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