Education department investigates abuse allegations against Pretoria school

Parents allege the school has ignored complaints of sexual harassment, corporal punishment and assault

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Brief | 22 September 2022

Lack of fuel brings Tshwane buses to a stop

Union says those responsible must be punished

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Brief | 21 September 2022

Government needs to speed up cannabis law reform, say protesters

“We’ve been given the constitutional right to grow and consume it, but we haven’t been given the right to trade with it,” says Linda Siboto

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Brief | 19 September 2022

Tshwane women turn rubbish dump into vegetable garden

“We wanted to do something positive”

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Brief | 9 September 2022

Pretoria families live in fear of eviction

About 300 people in Erasmuskloof, Pretoria East, live on land owned by the City of Tshwane

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News | 31 August 2022

Unemployed father fixes potholes to feed his family

Eric Nsembene get donations from motorists and taxi drivers for filling in potholes in Mamelodi

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Brief | 31 August 2022

Learners march to demand free sanitary pads

Team Free Sanitary Pads campaign has so far collected over 30,000 signatures to get government to improve menstrual health

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News | 29 August 2022

Mom wins court battle against medical scheme

Medihelp refused to cover cost of treating three-year-old’s rare medical condition

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Law | 29 August 2022

Public sector workers march in Pretoria

“It’s time workers are taken seriously,” says union

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Brief | 24 August 2022

SAMWU wants Tshwane metro to increase wages by 3.5%

Mayco member Kingsley Wakelin says the City is “struggling with finances”

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Brief | 22 August 2022

There are snakes, flash floods and no basic services at Marry Me informal settlement

City of Tshwane says they will get services once the community has been formalised

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Brief | 19 August 2022

Pretoria patients fed up that new clinic hasn’t opened

No explanation of delays from province or municipality

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Brief | 12 August 2022

ANC has done nothing for us since 1994, says hostel resident

Hostels built in Tshwane for council workers in the 1960s are falling apart

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Brief | 29 July 2022

New court challenge to decision to scrap Zimbabwean permits

The Zimbabwean Immigration Federation seeks to defend the rights of Zimbabweans living in South Africa

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Law | 28 July 2022

Tshwane invites bids for Pastor Bushiri’s former stomping ground

Dilapidated Tshwane Events Centre to be rebuilt

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News | 21 July 2022

Climate justice coalition marches to Ramaphosa’s office

Unions, mining communities, climate and energy activists hand over petition

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Brief | 19 July 2022