Unlike Melania Trump, he actually credits Michelle for her speeches.
The DA has quite a strong political figure in Solly Msimanga. He is already the mayor of Tshwane but is he destined for bigger things too?
They want to see the value-added tax hike reversed
Wanting to apply last minute? Or make some 11th hour changes? Here’s what you should know…
A high number of matric students face a struggle to get to their exams today
Juju vented his anger at the #BlackMonday protesters
Now THAT is how you fight crime, Chief!
There is a taxi strike underway in the Western Cape and one proposed in Tshwane…
Common sense prevails in ConCourt
Tshwane drivers are living in fear of harassment and extortion
Guards in the city face a terribly uncertain time
There’s been quite a bit of back and forth bickering since the DA’s Tswane mayor took his trip to Taiwan, but Solly Msimanga’s not giving in and he’s got a few things he’d like to clarify.
In case you missed it, the Mayor of Tshwane, Solly Msimanga, recently defied government by taking a trip to Taiwan and the ANC is having a fit.
The DA’s Solly Msimanga has started his tenure as mayor of Tshwane on the offensive, having already charged at the opposition ANC; now it seems he’s taking the fight straight to the top, suggesting a ban of the infamous blue light brigades.
For the first time since 1994 the ANC finds itself on the opposition benches, and its first order of is a brutal roasting on social media.
While Malema’s freedom fighters have refused any formal coalitions, the EFF has agreed to vote for the DA, giving the Alliance control of Tshwane, Johannesburg, Nelson Mandela Bay and Mogale City.
The Democratic Alliance’s James Selfe has confirmed that coalition talks between the two parties were unsuccessful, leaving both municipalities in limbo.
Sources close to the three main political parties have revealed that the EFF won’t be forming coalitions with anybody, leaving the ANC and DA’s plans in tatters.
Yeah folks, there’s a municipal manager that earns hundreds of thousands more than the president of his party… and the country.
“I am a child of Soweto, I’ve seen violence growing up. It doesn’t help anyone,” Mmusi Maimane told a hall full of DA supporters in Soshanguve on Monday.
R15 million per month on takeaways for municipal workers.
Forget Sandton, forget Rosebank and Hillbrow – Gauteng is set to transform into Africa’s skyscraper capital if investors and urban planners will have their way
The Pretoria garden of 400 to 500 sculptures will present South Africans and foreign visitors alike with their history, life-size and real. And, for those who have filled up on the ambrosia of history, simpler pleasures await…at Africa’s largest water park, on the same site.