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A student at the University of Pretoria, Thabang Manamela, has graduated with a degree in law despite having a disability. He said obtaining his degree was a dream come true.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has revealed that the SANDF may be called to the province, which has been plagued by violent protests.
The Pretoria protests have moved in on Sunnyside, where angered residents have demanded police search a flat suspected of housing criminals.
Law enforcement has denied any ties between yesterday's protest and xenophobia, while citizens are calling for deportation of foreign nationals.
South Africans weighed in on the Pretoria CBD protests, which were sparked after a taxi driver lost his life trying to save his city from the plague of illicit substances.
Violence has erupted in the Pretoria CBD as rioters and police have clashed. Shops have been looted and buildings set on fire. The riots reportedly began after a taxi driver was murdered by foreign drug-dealers.