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By-election woes for DA as Tshwane council is binned

The Democratic Alliance is likely to lose Tshwane when residents vote again

Maimane’s next move: starting the ‘Uber’ of politics

“Unemployed” former DA leader announces return to politics at Oppenheimer-backed conference

City of Tshwane lands itself a new DA mayor

Stevens Mokgalapa was the only candidate nominated during the metro’s council sitting on Tuesday

DA announces new Tshwane mayoral candidate

The DA will need the support of the EFF to elect Stevens Mokgalapa as mayor of Tshwane

Solly Msimanga officially resigns

Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga has officially resigned. Msimanga announced he would be resigning as Tshwane mayor two weeks ago, saying...

Solly Msimanga to step down as Tshwane mayor

It is expected that the speaker of council, Katlego Mathebe, will take over from Msimanga as mayor

Msimanga distances himself from appointment of ‘unqualified’ acting city manager

Msimanga said that it was the prerogative of city manager Moeketsi Mosola to name someone to act in his place while he was away

Solly Msimanga sues ANC Tshwane leaders for calling him ‘poster boy of corruption’

The mayor is seeking R2-million from the ANC regional chairperson, who is also the leader of the ANC caucus in council

DA suspends Tshwane councillor over allegations of info leaks

Nkele Molapo, a City of Tshwane councillor, has been suspended for allegedly leaking information EFF leader Julius Malema

Tshwane City manager files grievance against Msimanga

The court challenge was lodged by Moeketsi Mosola against Msimanga, Speaker Katlego Mathebe and the City of Tshwane

Tshwane city manager heads to court to block GladAfrica report

GladAfrica, an engineering company, and the city have been at the centre of allegations of tender irregularities for the past two months

Is it Msimanga out and Gana in for Tshwane?

The embattled mayor of Tshwane, who has lost favour with some in his caucus, may step down to focus on the 2019 elections

‘Coalition failures will bring more votes’

The DA launched its 2019 election campaign last week. It will focus on winning Gauteng, the Northern Cape and the Western Cape.

EFF spurns DA, woos ANC

The ruling party and Economic Freedom Fighters may cosy up after metro battles leave the Democratic Alliance bloodied

uBaba helps Buthelezi edit history

As witnesses struggle through the Zondo commission, Zuma parties on with old foes

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