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24 days ago
Scuffles and threats at Tshwane council meeting
Scuffles and threats at Tshwane council meeting
Politics

Scuffles broke out after the school racism issue was raised during the first ordinary sitting of the City of Tshwane council.

24 days ago
Psychologist's conduct unprofessional
Psychologist's conduct unprofessional
Gauteng

Psychologist Anton Dreyer has been struck off the roll of health professional practitioners for the possible impact of his ...

25 days ago
Tshwane council disruptions 'won't bear any fruits in long run'
Tshwane council disruptions 'won't bear any fruits in long run'
Pretoria News

Scuffles, disruptions, insults and threats marred the first ordinary sitting of the City of Tshwane council under DA rule ...

25 days ago
Steers roof collapse: victim seeks answers
Steers roof collapse: victim seeks answers
Gauteng

Months after the roof collapse at a Steers outlet at the N1 north Petroport, one of the victims is still seeking answers.

25 days ago
Racist school codes uncovered by NGO
Racist school codes uncovered by NGO
Gauteng

Advocacy group Equal Education says it has found deep-seated racism and other prejudices in the codes of conduct at many South African schools.

25 days ago
Full pay for Motata after 7 years
Full pay for Motata after 7 years
Gauteng

The wheels of justice grind slowly - especially in the case of controversial drink-and-drive High Court Judge Nkola Motata.

25 days ago
EFF student leader suspended after 'kill whites' post
EFF student leader suspended after 'kill whites' post
Politics

Luvuyo Menziwa, EFF Student Command senior official at the University of Pretoria, has been suspended from the SRC for posting ...

25 days ago
Hair row: schools urged to talk to pupils
Hair row: schools urged to talk to pupils
Gauteng

The racism row at Pretoria Girls High School is a result of outdated codes of conduct at former Model C schools across the ...

26 days ago
Why I quit as top Tshwane official - Ngobeni
Why I quit as top Tshwane official - Ngobeni
Gauteng

Believed to be the highest paid public official in the country, Jason Ngobeni caught many by surprise when he announced his resignation.