The fate of the Tshwane metro council is now in the hands of the Constitutional Court, after judgment was reserved in a case which will ultimately decide whether SA’s capital city will have to go to fresh elections. 

The Tshwane council was dissolved by the Gauteng government in March 2020 after a turbulent few months in which council meetings had continuously collapsed as a result of councillors from the ANC and the EFF simply not attending or walking out of meetings, resulting in them not being quorate.

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