MPs want Gupta brothers to answer at citizenship inquiry

2018-08-15 17:35

It may be a long shot, but MPs on the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs want to invite the infamous Gupta brothers to appear before it when they begin interviewing witnesses on the family's naturalisation as citizens.

Manana has 'taken full responsibility' and 'shown remorse' - Mthembu

2018-07-25 12:02

ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu says former MP Mduduzi Manana's resignation from Parliament indicates that he is someone who has taken full responsibility for his actions.

Manana to face Parliament ethics probe over assault of 3 women at club

2018-07-23 12:24

Embattled ANC MP Mduduzi Manana will appear before a joint ethics sub-committee in Parliament over his involvement in an assault at a Cubana nightclub in Fourways last year.

Parliament welcomes ConCourt ruling on political party funding

2018-06-21 17:49

Parliament has welcomed a ruling by the Constitutional Court which confirms that voters have the right to be informed about private funding of political parties.

Renewed Public Protector inquiry discussions delayed after Mkhwebane no-show

2018-06-06 15:08

Busisiwe Mkhwebane has told Parliament that she could not attend the meeting to due to a 'family emergency'.

Parliamentary committee welcomes appointment of new Hawks boss

2018-05-24 15:49

The chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Police, Francois Beukman, has welcomed the appointment of General Godfrey Lebeya as the new head of the Hawks.

Gigaba's 'untruths' need to be 'given serious attention' - Ramaphosa

2018-04-04 15:46

President Cyril Ramaphosa has said he is giving Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba's untruths 'due and proper consideration'.

Parliament adopts bill to force parties to disclose funders

2018-03-27 17:09

The National Assembly has adopted the Political Party Funding Bill, which will pave the way for political parties to declare who funds them.

Motsoeneng laughs off DA suggestion he should pay back legal fees

2018-03-16 13:05

Former SABC chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng has laughed off the DA's suggestion that he should pay back legal fees spent on various cases while he was an executive at the public broadcaster.

Zuma will pay his legal fees... if court orders him to - Ramaphosa

2018-03-14 19:08

Former president Jacob Zuma will pay his legal fees from his own pocket if the courts rule he had acted in his personal capacity, President Cyril Ramaphosa has told Parliament.


MPs fume over energy department's 'boycott' of fuel price meeting

2018-08-14 11:52

Parliament’s portfolio committee on energy resolved to summon Minister of Energy Jeff Radebe to appear before it after no-one from his department showed up for a planned fuel price meeting.

Home Affairs committee 'disappointed' at timing of Apleni resignation

2018-07-24 14:38

Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs says it is 'disappointed' that former Home Affairs director general Mkuseli Apleni resigned from his position at an 'unfortunate time'.

Helen Zille again in the eye of the storm

2018-07-22 06:01

Helen Zille is again the subject of a storm brewing in the DA, this time over her inclusion in the selection panel tasked with choosing who will represent the party in Parliament.

Land: Whatever you decide, it must be reviewable, Albie Sachs tells MPs

2018-06-08 17:21

Former Constitutional Court Judge Albie Sachs says while it is permissible to amend the Constitution, amendments should not destroy "constitutionalism".

Land expropriation: Here's when Parliament's public hearings will be held in your province

2018-05-30 05:22

Parliament's Constitutional Review Committee - which is looking into amending Section 25 of the Constitution, that deals with expropriation of land without compensation - will embark on a provincial tour to hold public hearings on the subject from next month.

Scopa wants 'absent' Sassa head to explain millions spent on KZN events

2018-05-22 16:38

The Standing Committee on Public Accounts wants former Sassa CEO Pearl Bhengu to appear before it to explain how almost R16m was irregularly spent on three events in KwaZulu-Natal.

ANC 'shuts down' National Assembly for 75 days

2018-03-29 11:48

The National Assembly will be in recess for 75 days, after the ANC "pushed through" an amendment of Parliament's programme to allow for a prolonged "constituency" period.

WRAP: Finance Committee regroups to map way forward on Viceroy, SARS

2018-03-20 09:21

Parliament’s Standing Committee on Finance had to regroup to map a way forward after a marathon of submissions from National Treasury and finance sector regulators on South Africa’s most talked about corporate sagas.

Hlaudi Motsoeneng's legal fees cost the SABC R22m - ministry

2018-03-15 15:53

Defending former chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng in various matters, including his fight against the DA over the Public Protector's unfavourable report on the SABC, has cost the broadcaster R22m.

Ramaphosa Q&A: No landgrabs, Zuma must pay up if court orders - AS IT HAPPENED

2018-03-14 14:54

President Cyril Ramaphosa has completed his first oral question and answer session in the National Assembly since being elected head of state.

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