Mduduzi Manana : Youth development a priority
The Democratic Alliance’s Yusuf Cassim accused the African National Congress (ANC) of selling out young black South Africans.
Bill for whistle blowers shelved after DA MPs walk out
The Protected Disclosures Amendment Bill provides whistle blowers with immunity from civil, criminal and disciplinary proceedings where a criminal offence is involved.
Ramaphosa: Zuma consulting lawyers over state capture inquiry
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says state capture in any form is “abhorrent” and should not be tolerated by South Africans.
Ramaphosa challenged to explain why he legitimises Zuma's leadership
Andries Tlouamma told Cyril Ramaphosa that his own integrity is being undermined by Jacob Zuma remaining in office.
'Allegations of corporate capture of state-owned enterprises abhorrent'
Cyril Ramaphosa has told Parliament a judicial commission of inquiry is the only way to get to the bottom of the claims.
Ramaphosa in for some tough Q&A session in National Assembly
Questions will include the alleged capture of state-owned enterprises and the withdrawal from SA of auto manufacture general motors.
Fikile Mbalula: No SAPS officers were involved in chaos at Sona 2017
The police minister says no SAPS members were deployed inside the National Assembly during this year’s State of The Nation Address.
PSC: Nathi Nhleko ignored warnings over cops doing business with state
The PSC has revealed that former Police Minister Nathi Nhleko ignored its repeated warnings that senior SAPS officials faced potential conflicts of interests.
Police inaction an embarrassment, says deputy minister
Deputy police minister Bongani Mkongi made his first appearance before Scopa since his appointment and promised action.
Mothiba, top officials taken to task over cops 'doing business' with SAPS
A report by the Auditor-General last year revealed that the SAPS had at least 103 members doing business with SAPS, a higher proportion than many other departments.
Gigaba warns that continued low growth will affect govt's spending plans
The Finance Minister has warned of significant risks to the government meeting its fiscal targets.
Border Management Authority Bill finally passed
The bill provides for a single authority to manage the country’s borders and ports of entry, including policing.
Gigaba: Resolute leadership needed to solve economic challenges
Gigaba was replying to debate on the Appropriation Bill, which allocates state department budgets.
'Sustained low growth the greatest risk to SA's fiscal policy objectives'
Malusi Gigaba says government has to intensify its programmes to grow the economy and must improve confidence urgently.
'To approve Appropriation Bill is like signing blank cheque to Gupta house'
The National Assembly is on a marathon sitting to deal with the Appropriation Bill, which provides for the allocation of revenue to state departments & entities.
Gigaba: Economy contraction a setback for govt
Gigaba was replying to debate in the National Assembly on the Appropriation Bill, which provides for the allocation of national revenue to government departments.
Rob Davies: R7m sponsorship of Black Business Council above board
The Department of Trade and Industry Minister says Treasury approved the payment in 2015 and that it was spread over three years.
ANC in Parly welcomes inquiry into political party funding
A resolution tabled by ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu was unanimously adopted by the National Assembly earlier on Tuesday.