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DA can't cure its foot-in-mouth syndrome
DA can't cure its foot-in-mouth syndrome
The Democratic Alliance (DA) has been on a steep upward climb since 2004. It has increased its share of the vote in every national poll to reach
Solly Msimanga: I know who organised the anti-immigrant march
Solly Msimanga: I know who organised the anti-immigrant march
Those who instigated violent protests around parts of Tshwane in the lead-up to the 2016 municipal elections were responsible for the violence in...
#TshwaneUnrest: Stun grenades fired at anti-immigrant march amid tense standoff
#TshwaneUnrest: Stun grenades fired at anti-immigrant march amid tense standoff
Police and people marching against immigrants were locked in a tense standoff in the Pretoria CBD on Friday morning, with stun grenades going off...
Treasury does the maths on shifting Parliament to Pretoria – as Cape Town fumes
Treasury does the maths on shifting Parliament to Pretoria – as Cape Town fumes
“Cape Town has awakened too late to prevent the likely move of Parliament to Pretoria over the next few years, top government sources have...
City of Tshwane strikes a blow against century-old soccer stadium
City of Tshwane strikes a blow against century-old soccer stadium
It’s a Wednesday afternoon and the under-12s soccer team is training, dribbling...
Lesufi's chirp must be made a reality for South Africa's education system
Lesufi's chirp must be made a reality for South Africa's education system
“We won. We defeated apartheid planning, thanks Concourt. 
This land was veld, now it's ours, declare Hammanskraal residents
This land was veld, now it's ours, declare Hammanskraal residents
‘This land is for mahala. The government was supposed to build RDP houses but they took too long. Now it’s too late. This is our land,”...
Pretoria’s arts revolt wins space
Pretoria’s arts revolt wins space
The Capital Theatre off Pretoria’s Church Square is a dilapidated Renaissance-style building, built in the 1930s, whose dome-shaped shell seems...
Beyond the inferno: How SA cities must green up or burn out
Beyond the inferno: How SA cities must green up or burn out
City dwellers are bearing the brunt of extreme temperatures. Thanks to a phenomenon that makes urban areas hotter than their surroundings, cities...
[Slideshow]The violence that spoiled the students' victory - in pictures
[Slideshow]The violence that spoiled the students' victory - in pictures
The streets of Pretoria slipped into a war zone when police opened fire on protesting students who tried to storm the Union Buildings on Friday.
Cool Capital Biennale: A creative space for PTA
Cool Capital Biennale: A creative space for PTA
There’s a joke among some of Pretoria’s cooler denizens that the correct spelling for the city is in fact Pre-historia. With its stern-faced...
Tshwane metro police attack hawkers, confiscate goods
Tshwane metro police attack hawkers, confiscate goods
Informal traders in Pretoria say they were attacked by members of the Tshwane metro police on Friday.

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