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Pretoria - This year's World AIDS Day will focus on urging young people and men to get tested so they know their HIV status.

Beijing - It is inevitable - princess-to-be Kate Middleton will be compared to Diana - but the woman from a modest background has several advantages that will help her prepare for her new life as a

Pretoria - Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele has conveyed condolences to the families of those who died in road crashes over the Easter weekend.

Pretoria - Motorists will have to dig deeper into their pockets as the petrol price is to increase by 29 cents next month.

Pretoria - The City of Tshwane has set a target of registering 150 000 indigent households by 2016, according to Executive Mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa. 

Pretoria - The City of Tshwane has allocated R791 million or 24.85 percent of its capital budget to repairing potholes and upgrading and rehabilitating the city's storm water drainage system, espec

Pretoria - Tshwane Executive Mayor, Kgosientso Ramokgopa, has tabled a R66.3 billion budget for the next three years incorporating the proposed single tariff structure for municipal services.

Pretoria - The Producer Price Index (PPI) in March rose to 7.3 percent in line with market expectation.

Pretoria - The City of Tshwane will become the largest metropolitan municipality in the country after the 18 May local government elections when it incorporates the Metsweding District Municipality

Pretoria - President Jacob Zuma last night honoured men and women who have made great contributions to South Africa's democracy by bestowing National Orders on them at a ceremony at the Presidentia

Pretoria - When millions of South African went to vote in the country's first democratic elections on 27 April 1994, little Ntokozo Mnguni was just two-days old and did not know anything about apar

Pretoria - President Jacob Zuma says government remained concerns over a Statistic South Africa report that more 200 000 children across the country were not attending school. 

Pretoria - President Jacob Zuma says South Africans are better off since the country marked its first democratic elections in 1994. 

Pretoria - Thirty-six South Africans, including struggle heroes, will be awarded the highest orders that can be bestowed on citizens later this evening.

Pretoria - As the nation marks South Africa's first non-racial democratic elections, opposition political parties have shared their Freedom Day messages with the rest of the country. 

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