Gigaba remains opposed to Denel Asia deal
It's understood Minister Malusi Gigaba is opposed to the Denel Asia deal given the state arms maker’s 'fragile financial situation'.
Mokonyane: I’m not obsessing about Gupta-links
Speaking in Parliament, Minister of Water didn’t directly answer the question as to whether her department had contracts with companies linked to the Guptas.
Mokonyane: DWS has Treasury approval to redirect funds to pay debts
Her department’s R15.1 billion budget is being debated in Parliament.
MPs lay into Brown over Eskom, Molefe and state capture
The Economic Freedom Fighters’ Thembinkosi Rawula said her department should be dissolved.
Ebrahim Patel: Concerns over state capture are legitimate
Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel is the latest person to publicly state that concerns about corruption and state capture are real and legitimate.
Zuma appoints ministerial trio to 'gather facts' into Molefe's reinstatement
Cabinet announced the decision hours after Brown announced she had asked the Special Investigating Unit to probe alleged maladministration and corruption at the power utility.
Brown faces renewed calls to dissolve Eskom board
The DA urged Lynne Brown to suspend the Eskom board with immediate effect and the EFF said her department should be disbanded
Seiso Mohai elected new NCOP chief whip
Mohai first served in Parliament in 1999 as a Member of Parliament.
Brown’s Eskom probe to be ‘broader than State of Capture report’
The minister she wants the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) to look at reports from 7 investigations into alleged maladministration and corruption at the power utility.
ANC NCOP whip Hunadi Mateme resigns
Hunadi Mateme has served as the ANC's chief whip in the NCOP since coming to Parliament after the 2014 general elections.
Parly to scrutinise political party funding
Parties have agreed to a proposal by ANC Chief Whip Jackson Mthembu that an ad hoc committee is set up to investigate.
Brown to launch own state capture probe into Eskom, Brian Molefe
Brown says the investigation will be broad and will include the power utility’s coal contracts.
Zokwana: Agriculture should not be politicised
Agriculture Minister Senzeni Zokwana has appealed to opposition parties to join hands with the government in its efforts to transform agriculture and the country’s fisheries.
Parly to intensify scrutiny of Denel's dealings with Gupta family
Denel board members briefed the committee on Wednesday, where they denied that the state-owned company had been 'captured'.
Denel: We have not been captured
The board chairperson appeared before the public enterprises oversight committee to discuss its controversial joint venture with the Gupta-linked company VR Laser.
Gordhan's Denel challenge: Prove you're not captured
At issue is Denel’s controversial Asian joint venture in partnership with a Gupta-linked company that is reportedly in financial difficulties.
Mbalula reveals sister's abuse, promises shake-up at police stations
As a boy, Police Minister Fikile Mbalula ran for help after his sister was abused and beaten by her boyfriend.
'I am not captured by anyone'
Abrahams and other members of the anti-corruption task team were grilled by Parliament’s Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) on Tuesday.