The Pretoria city centre is now dysfunctional and police are urging people to stay away from the area.
EFF leader Julius Malema wants the state capture report to be released now following the withdrawal of President Zuma's interdict application.
President Jacob Zuma has withdrawn his court application to keep the state capture report under wraps. [UPDATED]
Motorists are being turned away from the Pretoria CBD as marches by the DA , EFF and Save South Africa shut down the city.
Opposition parties, buoyed by victory in the state capture report case, are hoping to pin down President Jacob Zuma in court today.
Traffic is expected to come to a standstill as thousands of supporters of the EFF, DA and Save South Africa march in the Pretoria CBD.
The furore which erupted over the weekend could have been avoided if the City of Tshwane had properly managed the compulsory ...
It was vital for the political parties to intervene, because if they did not, the state capture report might never be published, ...
The family of Neo Rasehwete, beaten and stabbed to death at a pub in Ga-Rankuwa, have called for an end to corruption.
President Zuma is opposing a bid by political parties to intervene in his application to keep the state capture report under wraps.
A woman is claiming R10.6m from police and the State after she was stabbed and raped by an attacker who was out on bail.
The EFF will continue with its planned shutdown of the Pretoria CBD despite NPA head Shaun Abrahams dropping charges against Pravin Gordhan.
The public has a right to know what President Jacob Zuma is "up to", opposition parties have argued in the Gauteng High Court.
The man who tried to extort money from disgraced Paralympian Oscar Pistorius has been sentenced to an effective four years in jail.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane, on his #BackToThePeople tour, accused the ANC of using public money as if the government was a sugar daddy.