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2016 a ‘spectacular setback’ for Tshwane ANC — Ramokgopa

Kgosientso Ramokgopa's status of chairperson has been turned to that of a convener

​SACP suspends 5 district members implicated in Tshwane unrest

The SACP also said it noted that the recent and renewed wave of violence in Tshwane was a continuation of previous divisions and factionalism.

Fingers pointed at ANC councillor over Tshwane chaos

The man said to be the mastermind behind the Tshwane violence says it’s all a plot to discredit him by his political foes.

​ANC to go back to branches about mayoral nomination process – Tshwane mayor Ramokgopa

"The leadership says it hears your plea. We resolve problems through engagements," Ramokgopa told party members at a community hall in Atteridgeville.

Protesters torch Bronkhorstspruit municipal offices

Violent service delivery protests in Bronkhorstspruit has seen demonstrators torch the Zithobeni satellite police station and municipal offices.

Tshwane council changed policy ahead of name changes

Just weeks before new street names for Pretoria were approved, the Tshwane metro council changed policy requiring consultation with residents.

Tshwane mayor: Afrikaners aren’t being targeted

Tshwane mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa says Afrikaners are not the "object of contempt" regarding proposed city street names changes in Pretoria.

Tshwane mayor downplays council crisis

The Tshwane metro council has denied that municipal departments have been placed under administration due to poor performance and corruption.

Tshwane mayor puts his foot down on name change furore

Mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa says Pretoria will be renamed Tshwane before the end of 2012 -- regardless of the cost or opposition to the move.

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