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Draft bill on party funding open for public comment

2017-09-19 19:14

The ad hoc committee on party funding has published a draft bill that seeks to regulate the public and private funding of political parties.

Spooks should not run cybersecurity - R2K

2017-09-13 21:57

The State Security Agency should not have control over cyber security, the Right2Know Campaign has said in Parliament.

Faith Muthambi denies misusing state funds, bunking Parliament

2017-09-12 19:19

Public Service and Administration Minister Faith Muthambi has denied any wrongdoing in flying friends and family to Cape Town for her budget address.

Former ANCYL leader Ronald Lamola deployed to MDDA board

2017-09-07 22:40

Amid concerns about the MDDA's management, opposition complaints about cadre deployment and a DA walkout, the National Assembly has recommended three board members for positions at the agency.

Jeff Radebe tells Treasury what is required for NDP

2017-09-07 16:28

Minister in Presidency Jeff Radebe has announced a mandate paper 'to guide budget allocations in line with the National Development Plan.

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Gardee confident that Parliament will be able to impeach Zuma

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) secretary-general Godrich Gardee says it's 'high time, the crook Mr. Zuma goes'. He was confident that more ANC members could be convinced to side with opposition parties. Watch.

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No-confidence crisis averted - so why is the ANC destroying itself?

2017-08-29 09:31

Those who in the ANC who had hoped for a resurgence of the party of Luthuli, Sisulu and Mandela, are feeling very disappointed, writes Mike Roussos.

Ramaphosa serves Happy Meals while McDonalds burns

2017-08-25 15:37

Cyril Ramaphosa made it clear this week that he doesn’t want to get his hands dirty to clean up the mess the Guptas and their aiders and abetters made, writes Jan Gerber.

No witch hunt against rebel ANC MPs - Ramaphosa

2017-08-23 17:17

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa claims 'there is no witch hunt' to root out ANC MPs who voted for a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma via secret ballot.

My offer to Parliament: we'll fund investigations

2017-08-22 08:15

We’re looking for about R80 billion lost to corruption to pay back into the state coffers, and Parliament can’t afford a few million rand to investigate this, writes Max du Preez.

 

On the beat makes all the difference

2017-09-17 06:06

As a rookie reporter in The Star newsroom in Joburg in the late 1980s, I found it was not the end of the world to be sent on an assignment out of town, only to find it was a nonstory, writes Janet Heard..

Myeni’s successor up to Cabinet – Ramaphosa

2017-09-13 18:27

It is up to Cabinet to decide who will be the new chairperson of the South African Airways board, says Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.

We don’t want no ‘ethics what-what’

2017-09-10 05:59

An issue that has lingered in the presidency for the past seven years came to a head in Parliament this week – and, in an ironic move, a former ally of President Jacob Zuma was the one agitating to put the matter to rest.

Mugabe immunity: Ministers pass the buck to absent Dirco minister

2017-09-07 22:17

At least three ministers have done their best to distance themselves in Parliament from the decision to grant Zimbabwe First Lady Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity.

AS IT HAPPENED: Ramaphosa responds on Grace Mugabe, Muthambi, unemployment, racism

2017-09-06 15:06

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has responded to questions by members of Parliament in the National Assembly. This included questions on Zimbabwean first lady Grace Mugabe's immunity, minister Faith Muthambi, among others.

Security company wants to block interim SABC board's re-election

2017-09-01 22:56

A security company that unsuccessfully bid for a tender at the SABC has written a letter to Parliament to ask that the five members of the SABC’s interim board not be considered for the permanent board.

Parliamentary inquiry into state capture a step closer

2017-08-27 14:21

A parliamentary inquiry into alleged state capture at state-owned enterprises is set to get off the ground shortly, Parliament says.

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Manyi: Parliament should hold government accountable, not the media

The notion that media must hold government to account is false, says media owner Mzwanele Manyi. Watch.

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MPs heckle Ramaphosa as he defends Grace Mugabe decision

2017-08-23 16:56

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa was booed by opposition MPs as he repeated government's rationale for granting Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity.

The curious case of why Zuma keeps Faith Muthambi around

2017-08-18 09:22

Whatever it is that President Jacob Zuma and Minister Faith Muthambi share, it must be something very special. It certainly works for the two of them. Sadly, not for the country, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.

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