Latest Pretoria News
EFF leader Julius Malema has warned that EFF councillors who with the DA in Tshwane may be fired. Malema made the statement after the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria dismissed his application.
The ANC in Tshwane has said that they are willing to work with the DA and other parties "that put the interests of our people first". This comes after the EFF said they would no longer be voting with the DA in the city.
The DA is bracing itself to lose power in the Tshwane and Joburg metros as the EFF withdraws their support. The ANC is unimpressed, condemning their sqaubble over the region.
Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane says that while they are still willing to negotiate with the EFF, they won't do so at the expense of their principles.
Abel Tau, the DA's regional leader in Tshwane, say that the party will not surrender the government of the City of Tshwane to the EFF. This comes after the EFF called for an election in the metro.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has announced that the province will be implementing policies to fast-track solutions to the land and housing issue.