KPMG called to appear before Scopa
Scopa chair Themba Godi says KPMG will be given a platform to reassure citizens public that the work done for govt was above board.
Parly committee to gazette draft bill to regulate political party funding
It provides for the establishment of a multi-party democracy fund, to be administered by the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), which will manage private donations to parties.
Gigaba given 7 days to explain extension of Myeni’s term at SAA
Dudu Myeni’s tenure expired in August, but Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba extended it until SAA holds its annual general meeting early in November.
Ramaphosa confirms Appropriations Bill for SAA bailout to be brought to Parly
SAA has loans worth about R6.8 billion due for repayment on 30 September.
Ramaphosa told to put claims around personal life to bed
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says he was counselled by a number of leaders within the ANC and provincial and regional ANC structures.
MPs grill SAA over decision to extend Dudu Myeni’s term
Myeni's tenure as board chair was to have expired in September, but Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has extended it until SAA’s annual general meeting takes place in early November.
'Still no copy of intelligence report Zuma used as basis for sacking Gordhan'
The DA says the Inspector-General of Intelligence, Dr Isaac Dintwe, has a responsibility to track down the copy of the intelligence report that President Jacob Zuma is said to have used to sack Pravin Gordhan.
Mapisa-Nqakula: SADC has deployed officials to Lesotho, not SA
Lesotho army chief Khoantle Motsomotso was shot dead by two military officers earlier this week.
Nkoana-Mashabane’s absence from Parly to be referred to Mbete & Ramaphosa
Nkoana-Mashabane was to have faced a number of questions relating to her controversial decision to grant Zimbabwe’s first lady Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity.
MPs pay tribute to ANC’s Timothy Khoza
Timothy Khoza died in an accident involving members of the basic education committee near Paarl in August.
Nkoana-Mashabane in hot water over Grace Mugabe immunity
International Relations and Cooperation Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane was scheduled to be in the National Assembly on Thursday afternoon.
Abrahams: Teams of prosecutors helping Hawks in state capture probe
National prosecutions boss Shaun Abrahams has denied suggestions that that NPA prosecutes selectively, saying that the allegation is 'misplaced'.
'Courts should be allowed to decide on Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity matter'
Zimbabwe’s first lady was given diplomatic immunity by Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane after allegedly assaulting a young woman in her sons’ hotel room.
Abrahams: Gupta emails part of Hawks investigation into state capture
Abrahams told Parliament’s Justice Committee the investigation, triggered by former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela’s state of capture report, now has eight legs.
'I will address personal issues allegations in a day or two'
The scheduled oral reply session comes just days after a Sunday newspaper published claims that Ramaphosa has had affairs with several women.
'My silence does not mean no work is being done'
NPA head Abrahams is appearing before Parliament’s justice committee, where he and his team are presenting feedback on their performance between April and June this year.
Ramaphosa could face Parly questions over alleged affairs
Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa will be answering questions in the National Assembly on Wednesday afternoon.
Opposition parties slam DA as bid to dissolve Parly fails
The DA’s bid to force early elections through the dissolution of the National Assembly was resoundingly defeated.