Judge Makhubele accuses evidence leader of ridiculing her over her knowledge of the Constitution

She was questioned about section 174 of the Constitution which governs the appointment of judges

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Law | 22 February 2024

Kenny Kunene targets primary school over claimed plans for Shona lessons

Using xenophobia to campaign is against the Electoral Code of Conduct, say activists

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News | 15 February 2024

Mamelodi flood victims demand City keeps its promise to relocate them

City of Tshwane says Mavuso residents will be relocated to land acquired by the provincial government

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Brief | 12 February 2024

Hundreds of people from mining communities march in Pretoria

The protest follows a summit hosted by Mining Affected Communities United in Action

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News | 8 February 2024

Communities demand more benefits from mines in their towns

About 200 people attended a summit hosted by Mining Affected Communities United in Action in Pretoria

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News | 8 February 2024

Alleged extortionists appear in Mamelodi court

They were arrested in January after GroundUp reported that gang members had hijacked government-owned flats

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Brief | 7 February 2024

Gangs make us pay for access to water, say Mamelodi residents

Municipality confirms illegal connections to the reservoir but blames people occupying nearby land

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News | 1 February 2024

Kwaito star fails to overturn preservation order on his guesthouse

Judge says there are “reasonable grounds” to believe the property Arthur Mafokate bought was from the proceeds of “unlawful activities”

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Law | 31 January 2024

Home Affairs may no longer block your ID on a whim, court rules

Judge gives scathing ruling with punitive cost order

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Law | 17 January 2024

Outrage over slow pace of upgrades to Pretoria zoo

SANBI says it is “balancing” visitors’ experience with its ongoing upgrades since taking over the facility in 2018

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News | 12 January 2024

Gang extorts money from people occupying government flats

Gauteng Department of Human Settlements heads to court to evict the occupiers

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News | 11 January 2024

Roads fall apart while bureaucracy moves at snail’s pace in Mamelodi

City of Tshwane says Stoffel Park informal settlement must first be approved for township development before it fixes the roads

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Brief | 28 November 2023

Lawyers for Human Rights to challenge Tshwane’s eviction of homeless people

On Friday, metro police forcefully removed people living at Burgers Park and confiscated all of their belongings.

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News | 14 November 2023

Tshwane must stop violating Hammanskraal residents’ rights

Following the cholera outbreak in Hammanskraal, the City needs to comply with the Public Protector’s orders

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Opinion | 3 November 2023

No rubbish collection for third month in Mamelodi

Vendors desperate as garbage piles up

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News | 12 October 2023

Tshwane’s derelict homeless shelter

“These children grow up in a dirty and dangerous place”

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News | 2 October 2023