The contractor for Tshwane House and the metro are at each other’s throats because the city refuses to issue an occupation certificate.
Cope's national leadership has denied fraud and corruption allegations as the work of people who wish to cause divisions in the party.
Metro Police are considering legal action against the organisers of yesterday’s protest motorcade by members of the Coal Transportation Forum.
Stakeholders have joined forces to provide additional safety and cleaning services for students who live and work in the Hatfield Campus Village.
In a glittering ceremony, Former President Thabo Mbeki was inaugurated as the Chancellor of the University of South Africa.
The Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga’s spokesperson has blamed the ANC local government for the city’s broken water pipes.
Mischievous people, hell-bent on causing chaos and attacking foreigners, hijacked Friday’s march against crime, organisers have claimed.
President Jacob Zuma has warned refugees in the country to behave or else risk being discriminated against by government.