Thunder Valley Spur in Woodlands Boulevard hosted a Fundraising event on 29 January for Reef Carneson who was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia at the age of five months.
The young boy has gone through chemotherapy as well as a bone marrow transplant. A match was found in Germany. “We were fortunate to [...]Continue Reading →
After months of resident’s associations and councillors urging council to take action on an abandoned house in Alphen Park, the City of Tshwane (CoT) investigated the house.
Upon their investigation, the CoT’s Community Safety Department reported in a letter to DA ward 82 councillor, Siobhan Muller, that they discovered that the house, which [...]Continue Reading →
Investigation leads to suspension of six
“Once the investigation was concluded, a number of actions were recommended,” said City Manager, Jason Ngobeni, at a media briefing on 8 February.
Eastern [...]Continue Reading →
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GERHARD VD MERWE
The 4.2 l V8 Quattro Audi RS5 Coupe is a monster – or should I say: awakes the monster within?
The white, test RS5, is notably Audi A5. But, but when closer inspected, the differences become evident: strong clean [...]Continue Reading →
In an effort to fight against the “random” development in the Menlyn Node area, the councillors for wards 82 and 46, Siobhan Muller and Duncan Baker respectively, arranged a public meeting to discuss the issues on 19 January.
“The meeting was attended by well over 200 residents from the affected wards and [...]Continue Reading →
For the second time during the week of 23 to 29 January, the corner of Lynnwood Road and General Louis Botha Road was the scene of an accident.
On 24 January a truck and a motor vehicle collided and the truck overturned.
This time around, on 27 January, [...]Continue Reading →
In an effort to fight corruption and nepotism in the National Lottery Board (NLB), various role players took to the streets of Pretoria in January.
Marchers from different non-government organisations gathered at a park on the corner of Park and Festival Streets to march to the Lotto offices and hand over a memorandum.
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An abandoned house that burned down six years ago is causing problems for residents in the Garsfontein area.
“We have tried the metro police, we have had the municipality and even involved National Intelligence and the health department to remove this house,” says Garscom’s Carol van Niekerk.
Efforts to contact the owner have [...]Continue Reading →
Komodo Dragon, Herman, celebrated his fifth birth at the Zoo in Pretoria on 18 January. The dragon along with his brothe,r Indie, are the only two of their kind in the country.
The two dragons arrived from Chester Zoo in the United Kingdom about four years ago. The dragons were [...]Continue Reading →
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- E-TOLL WILL TAKE ITS TOLL REGARDLESS
- COLLECT-A-CAN RUMOUR UNTRUE
- Sports facilities threatened by development
- Advertensie-oortreders word vasgevat
- POWER FAILURES CAUSE FRUSTRATION
- Noorde-deelnemers handig met ringe
- IBM and municilapity team up to save water
- Vakansieklubs gaan ondersoek word
- Tyd loop uit vir inwoners om eiendomstaks te kontroleer
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