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TB Awareness Month 2017

Did you know that, every year, tuberculosis (TB) causes thousands of deaths in South Africa and the rest of the world? The death toll also rises worldwide every year.
TB Awareness Month is commemorated each year from 1 to 31 March. This year's theme is "Unite to end TB and HIV: South African leaders taking action''. The City of Tshwane's Health Department aims to...
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Please be safe and visit your doctor if you have been to a malaria known destination and you have flu like symptoms. Your doctor will request urgent blood tests. Malaria treatment is very effective if administered early in the course of the illness.
If you plan to travel to classified malaria areas please take precautions to reduce mosquito bites and consider malaria preventive medication for...
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Power failure affecting parts of #LYNWOOD is due to cable fault at Lynnwood/Rosemary and Rodericks minisubstations,Technical teams from Princespark depot are busy repairing the cable fault.
We do not have an estimated restoration time yet,an update shall be provide later.
All affected customers should please report power failures, that will enable us to ensure that all are...
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Three birdies clinched the win for Tshwane Open 2017

It was a victory that was a long time coming, and when it did, Dean Burmester struggled to put into words what it meant to claim his maiden European Tour title by three strokes in the Tshwane Open on Sunday.

“Now I’m a European Tour winner. That sounds good,” was what he could get out first. “This is massive. I can’t explain where I am...
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Message from the new City Manager: Moeketsi Mosola

Working together we will make Tshwane a proud home for our citizens and the pride of our nation.

I would like to thank everyone in the City of Tshwane for the warm welcome I have received this week when I joined you as a team member and leader of the administration.

A special thanks to the Executive Mayor, Councillor Solly Msimanga,...
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Happy Haydn shares Tshwane Open lead

South Africa’s Haydn Porteous got just the boost he needed when he opened with a six-under-par 65 to share the first-round lead in the Tshwane Open.
After a multitude of missed cuts last season and early this season, Porteous finally found the swing he’s been looking for with a bogey-free round yesterday.
“It’s something I’ve really been searching for the...
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Tshwane Open 2017 officially teed off

In its fifth year, the Tshwane Open Tour promises to be bigger and better than ever.
The R16,5 million tournament officially teed off at the Pretoria Country Club this morning, 2 March 2017.
After hitting the first tee shot, the Executive Mayor, Cllr Solly Msimanga, thanked all the sponsors and investors who made the tournament possible. “Your...
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Road safety is a shared responsibility.

Road safety in Tshwane is of great concern for the Municipality. The developing trend of unsafe road use by pedestrians and motorists alike requires public safety initiatives and interventions.

The MMC for Roads and Transport, Cllr Sheila Lynne, announced a year-long road safety campaign – TshwAlert – that will, amongst others, comprise an education...
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Prayer meeting invitation
Proposals for Tshwane Open Stalls at the Night Market invited.
What is e-Tshwane?

e-Tshwane is an online platform created to improve communication between the City, employees and ratepayers.

The online service enables users to view a full history of all their accounts, from registration to payments made using the e-Tshwane site. e-Tshwane also issues account statement notifications and notifications on successful payments made through the...
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The soul that has gone, was indeed a great one. Rest In Peace Joost van der Westhuizen.
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