Former president Jacob Zuma was never going to remain the all-powerful and omnipresent political figure that he thought, writes Pieter du Toit.
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The Presidency has refuted a newspaper report on Sunday that Jacob Zuma will reshuffle his Cabinet – but did not clarify the position of Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas.
The Constitutional Court has ruled that the law which allows police to remove MPs from Parliament is unconstitutional, the DA says.
EFF MP Makoti Sibongile Khawula insists on speaking the language of her community in Parliament, and wants government to get the basics right.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane has again called for a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma to be debated in Parliament.
Apartheid is the root cause of the tendency of South Africans to act violently during protests, President Jacob Zuma said in a written reply to a question in Parliament.
President Jacob Zuma answered 20 oral questions during five appearances in the National Assembly this year, the DA says.
Parliament remains unapologetic about the large contingent of police officers which has been deployed at the institution to deal with striking Nehawu workers, National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete says.
Representatives of the Khoi and the San want government to stop all land claims until their land is returned, saying as the first people of SA, their claims should be recognised first.
Parliament used a private security company to investigate the head of the Parliamentary Security Services and her deputy, breaking its own rules, her lawyer has said.
Nehawu-affiliated workers will not participate in Parliament's revetting process until the union is consulted on the reasons behind the process, its Western Cape chairperson says.
The Constitutional Court has ruled that the law which allows police to remove MPs from Parliament is unconstitutional.
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The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries will appoint a forensics team to combat 'fronting' in the fishing industry.
Employee victimisation, reneging on agreements, and the possibility of criminal procedures against union members who participated in the strike. These are some of the allegations that Nehawu has made against Parliament.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga's hotel accommodation for the past three years has cost R594 999.54, her department has said in response to a parliamentary question.
Services at Parliament are getting back to normal as workers are pitching in to get everything sorted by the time festive season holidays start on December 16.
NCOP chairperson Thandi Modise has said Parliament needs to formulate policies to deal with protests and protesters so that they can do their jobs without disruption.
National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union members will only be back at work next week, its chairperson at Parliament has said.
Parliament has said that its no work, no pay policy will stand despite the National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union calling off the strike.
The almost four-week strike in Parliament has been called off after workers and management agreed on an offer, Nehawu says.
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