'Dumping behind SA's poultry crisis'
The South African Poultry Association says imports are causing job losses and are a threat to the long-term survival of the sector.
DTI: SA can't afford to lose capacity in poultry sector
The Department of Trade and Industry is spearheading efforts to deal with the problems facing South Africa’s embattled poultry industry.
DA seeks answers from ministers over chief justice office burglary
The Democratic Alliance says the ministers of justice, state security and police should urgently appear before Parliament's Justice Committee.
Reserve Bank defends highly concentrated banking sector
More than 91% of the banking sector is represented by just six banks, Absa, Nedbank, First National, Standard, Investec and Capitec.
Zuma shrugs off claims over adviser’s 'secret meetings' with Sassa
The Presidency earlier this month said it was unaware of the meetings that were reported on by the 'Sunday Times'.
IFP wants probe into whether Zuma misled Parly over Sassa deductions
With Zuma answering questions from MPs in the National Assembly for the first time this year, the crisis around the Sassa grants debacle came into sharp focus.
President Zuma defends deployment of Brian Molefe to Parliament
Molefe was sworn in as an MP last month, amid rumours this would open the way for a Cabinet appointment.
Zuma dodges call for inquiry into grants debacle
President Jacob Zuma also deflected questions about whether he planned to take action against Minister Bathabile Dlamini.
Zuma: There’s no crisis around grant payments
With just two weeks to go before social grants are due to be paid, no agreement has been signed with a distributor.
ANC chief whip urges MPs not to disrupt Zuma’s Q&A
President Jacob Zuma will be in the National Assembly at 2pm for his first oral reply session of the year.
Zuma urged to move quickly to establish SABC interim board
The National Assembly on Wednesday unanimously endorsed five candidates, with former Khanyisa Kweyima as chairperson and Mathatha Tsedu as her deputy.
Nhleko: Marikana tragedy not quantifiable
The government is facing claims of more than R1,1 billion rand arising from the massacre when police shot and killed 34 mineworkers.
Planned Firearm Amnesty hits a snag
Police Minister Nathi Nhleko says the Planned Firearm Amnesty is aimed at reducing the number of illegal firearms in circulation.
National Assembly endorses nomination of candidates for interim SABC board
President Jacob Zuma now has 10 days to officially appoint the interim board members, as laid down in the Broadcasting Act.
‘Revenue Bill reflects trade-offs between 3 spheres of govt’
Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas says difficult trade-offs had to be made in sharing the revenue pie between national, provincial and local government.
Nhleko aims to settle claims by families of Marikana victims soon
Police Minister Nathi Nhleko says some of those suing have already decided to accept settlement offers from the State.
Marikana massacre: State faces civil claims worth over R1bn
The SAPS told Parliament’s police portfolio committee that government’s approach to the litigation is aimed at reaching settlements of the claims as quickly as possible.
Ramaphosa to spell out SA’s position on ICC
The North Gauteng High Court ruled last month that Parliament first has to approve the government's decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court.