DA wants Shaik placed on 'proper' parole
Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha says that Schabir Shaik's health was last assessed before he was controversially released on medical parole in March 2009.
Singh suspension paves way for transparent investigation - Brown
While Minister Lynne Brown and Eskom have stressed that stability at the utility is imperative, neither have explained why Singh is being investigated.
‘Schabir Shaik’s condition still considered terminal’
Shaik was sentenced to 15 years in jail after being convicted of paying President Jacob Zuma a bribe.
State capture inquiry: 'Parly owes it to people of SA to bring in experts'
Questions are being raised over whether the parliamentary committees tasked with investigating state capture will have the capacity they need to do a proper job.
Parly committee to probe law governing state portion of party funding
The committee will look at the legislation that governs party funding but only that which comes from state coffers.
‘Break-ins at key judicial offices attack on state itself’
On Wednesday, the NPA confirmed that an office at the chief public prosecutor's premises in Pretoria was recently broken into.
Parly probe into Eskom to include state capture claims at Transnet, Denel
Parliament’s Public Enterprises Committee was urged to put Eskom’s finances under the microscope when the inquiry gets underway.
Parliament urged to put Eskom’s finances under microscope when inquiry starts
The parliamentary inquiry initially was to focus on Eskom’s controversial re-appointment of Brian Molefe as CEO.
Gordhan says 'don’t care attitude’ has allowed leaders to act with impunity
Gordhan was speaking on Tuesday's meeting of Parliament's Public Enterprises Committee, on which he serves as an African National Congress members of parliament (MPs).
Outa: There's evidence 2008 & 2014 load shedding self-inflicted
Outa has been briefing Parliament’s Public Enterprises Committee along with the SACC and a group of academics, all of whom have compiled reports on state capture.
State capture extends beyond SOEs, SACC tells MPs
Parliament's Public Enterprises Committee will also hear from the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) and the State Capacity Research Group.
Smaller parties to argue for a 'fairer' split of state funds
The ad-hoc committee set up to conduct the inquiry is calling for written submissions from interested individuals and organisations.
Parly’s political party funding inquiry calls for submissions
The ad hoc committee on the funding of political parties says interested individuals and organisations should submit their views in writing by 21 July.
Sanral paid over R327m for printing, posting of e-toll invoices
Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi revealed the figure in a written reply to a Democratic Alliance parliamentary question.
‘ANC hasn’t laid disciplinary charges against Khoza’
Makhosi Khoza called for a secret ballot when the motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma is debated in August.
ANC MP Khoza says daughter receiving death threats too
ANC MP Makhosi Khoza is under fire from within the ANC for publicly backing a secret ballot when MPs vote in the motion of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma next month.
Khoza: Calls from within ANC for me to be charged with ill-discipline
Khoza told reporters on the sidelines of the ANC's recent policy conference she was in favour of a secret vote.
Minister: 4 Prasa staff linked to companies they awarded contracts to
Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi provided details of the conflict of interest on the part of the employees in a written reply.