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Woman fears for her life after wall collapses
Woman fears for her life after wall collapses
Gauteng

A 50-year-old woman was trapped in her house for hours after a wall separating her and her neighbour’s house collapsed in Pretoria.

20h
Decision to withdraw from ICC unconstitutional: court
Decision to withdraw from ICC unconstitutional: court
Crime & Courts

The Gauteng High Court, Pretoria has ruled that only Parliament can decide whether South Africa should withdraw from the International Criminal Court.

20h
Minister orders probe into Rosslyn train crash
Minister orders probe into Rosslyn train crash
Gauteng

Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has instructed that a probe be launched over the cause of a train accident in which over 200 people were injured.

20h
Tshwane Open is not our priority - Mayor
Tshwane Open is not our priority - Mayor
Politics

Mayor Solly Msimanga says the City of Tshwane will not prioritise the Open golf tournament and has appealed to the public to invest in the event.

21h
60 hurt in horror crash on 'road of death'
60 hurt in horror crash on 'road of death'
Gauteng

At least 60 people were injured when two buses collided on Moloto Road, near the Pretoria SAPS K9 Unit.

21h
Pro-foreigner counter-march planned in Pretoria
Pro-foreigner counter-march planned in Pretoria
Gauteng

In response to the march against foreigners in Pretoria, a counter-march has been proposed by organisations sympathetic to foreign nationals.

23h
Xenophobic attacks spread across Tshwane
Xenophobic attacks spread across Tshwane
Crime & Courts

Migrants in the capital city live in fear as their businesses are burnt and tuck shops looted, while an anti-foreigner march is planned for Friday.

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ICYMI: Time for Mugabe to go, says DA's Maimane
ICYMI: Time for Mugabe to go, says DA's Maimane
zimbabwe

"The opposition won the elections and we (South Africa) negotiated a government of national unity, undermining the will of the people.”

1 day ago
#GPSOPA: Cash injection to boost Gauteng economy
#GPSOPA: Cash injection to boost Gauteng economy
Politics

Over R42 billion has been set aside in Gauteng to build schools and major infrastructure projects to boost the local economy.