A day in Pretoria

A day in Pretoria

There's a lot to do and see in the Jacaranda City, but here are some of the best parts to do in a day - from Freedom Park to Menlyn Maine.
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WATCH | We take a look inside Red Cross hospital's 'child-friendly' Covid-19 testing centre

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WATCH | Woman awaits surgery after allegedly being assaulted by EMPD officer

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WATCH | Taxi accident kills 2, injures 15; crumpled wreck left deserted next to N2

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WATCH | CTTV footage captures explosive Krugersdorp cash-in-transit heist

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PODCAST | Covid-19 Chronicles: Urgent measures needed to address backlog crisis

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WATCH | Residents scramble for money following alleged cash-in-transit bombing

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WATCH | Zweli Mkhize praises Witzenberg Municipality on method of containing the Covid-19 outbreak

WATCH | Zweli Mkhize praises Witzenberg Municipality on method of containing the Covid-19 outbreak

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WATCH | Shark caught in fishing net at the start of the annual sardine run along KZN south coast

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VIDEO | Quick-thinking Joburg man makes narrow escape from burning home

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WATCH | Zweli Mkhize urges South Africans not to bulk buy alcohol after ban is lifted

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WATCH | More beds must be ready sooner Zweli Mkhize says during field hospital inspection in WC

WATCH | More beds must be ready sooner Zweli Mkhize says during field hospital inspection in WC

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WATCH | Parched throats are being quenched as liquor stores re-open

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TIMELAPSE | Commuters, cars return to Cape Town CBD under lockdown Level 3

TIMELAPSE | Commuters, cars return to Cape Town CBD under lockdown Level 3

Cape Town's streets were bustling on the first day of June, as the country moved to lockdown Level 3, which saw the economy opening even more. Up to eight million citizens were expected to return to work on Monday.
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WATCH | Surfers Corner at Muizenberg pumping on day one of lockdown Level 3

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WATCH | Snaking queues and much excitement as liquor stores open for the first time in 2 months

WATCH | Snaking queues and much excitement as liquor stores open for the first time in 2 months

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WATCH | Superhero welcome for the grade 7 pupils returning to Table View Primary in Cape Town

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WATCH | Joburg and Tshwane streets bustling on first day of lockdown Level 3

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WATCH | FACES OF LOCKDOWN: Danielle Bitton

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