Tshwane executive mayor Cilliers Brink says the top priority in restoring the capital city to functionality is to get its finances under control.

In his first state of the city address on Thursday, the DA councillor said the multiparty coalition he heads would deal head on with challenges pertaining to energy security, water supply, and collection of revenue and refuse in the municipality...

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