The controversial proposal to move parliament from Cape Town to Tshwane is back on the table.

The speaker of the National Assembly, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, said in her budget speech on parliament on Tuesday that a presentation would be made on a 2018 feasibility study on the relocation of parliament from Cape Town to Tshwane. The report deals with the social and economic implications of such a move.  It will be handed for discussion to the chief whips’ forum, which represents the political parties...

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