'Conditional offer made to Chris Maroleng to join SABC'
SABC board chairperson Bongumusa Makhathini says the offer is conditional on the MTN executive passing the vetting process.
Kubayi-Ngubane to meet Mohlaloga following fraud conviction
Sentencing is set for 8 March after he was found guilty of fraud and money laundering in contravention of the Prevention of Organised Crime Act.
'I have no interest in interfering or bullying SABC board'
Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane has told Parliament she’s not interested in interfering with or bullying the SABC board but insists the correct process must be followed in the appointment of key executives.
Sadness, grief over Hugh Masekela’s death
Outpouring messages of grief, sadness and pain are coming in from politicians, celebrities and fans for late legendary jazz musician Hugh Masekela.
Mkhwebane denies calling for Apartheid-era state capture investigation
Meanwhile, the Democratic Alliance has issued a warning to President Jacob Zuma that broadening the scope of the state capture commission of inquiry to water it down would be illegal.
Broadening scope of state capture commission of inquiry illegal - DA
The party has written to president Zuma demanding that he release the terms of reference for the long-delayed inquiry by Friday.
Parly committee wants Crime Intelligence head appointed urgently
Francois Beukman, has welcomed the agreement between Fikile Mbalula and suspended Crime Intelligence head Richard Mdluli that led to his being relieved from duty.
Khanyile: FIC will make do with limited resources
Advocate Xolisile Khanyile picked up the reins at the Financial Intelligence Centre this month after the departure of Murray Michell.
DA wants parly to have say in who chairs PIC
The PIC invests funds on behalf of state entities, including the Government Employees Pension Fund, and manages about R1.9 trillion in assets.
New FIC director: I'm driven by getting people justice
Advocate Xolisile Khanyile took up the position at the Financial Intelligence Centre the start of this month.
Parly hearing into Steinhoff scandal won't duplicate probes into firm - Carrim
The global retailer’s share price collapsed after it reported so-called “accounting irregularities" and its CEO Markus Jooste resigned.
Steinhoff scandal inquiry set for end of January
The government employees’ pension fund was one of Steinhoff’s biggest investors, and is said to have lost billions.
Parly hopes to finalise impeachment process by end of March
The Economic Freedom Fighters’ Mbuyiseni Ndlozi wants the new rules finalised, approved by the full rules committee and adopted by the National Assembly by next month.
Zuma removal: Opposition parties call for fact-finding inquiry
New draft rules governing the process are expected to be ready by next Friday and if parties agree on them, they could come before the House for adoption as early February.
EFF: Retired judges should decide if Zuma breached Constitution
The party’s arguing that this will afford President Jacob Zuma “a fair trial” but other opposition Members of Parliament (MPs) questioned whether this wouldn’t undermine Parliament.
Presidential impeachment: 'Zuma must be allowed to make submissions’
Parliamentary legal adviser advocate Frank Jenkins says a president must be allowed the right to put his side of the story during any process to remove him.
EFF wants Zuma to appear before special Parly committee
Members of Parliament are grappling with drafting rules of procedure to govern the removal of the president of the republic in terms of Section 89 in the Constitution.
Parly to draft new rules on impeaching a sitting president
The National Assembly has 120 days from the date of the Constitutional Court’s December 29 ruling to put impeachment rules in place and 180 days from that date to launch proceedings for Zuma’s removal.