Inter-ministerial committee to discuss suspension of Sassa tender process
In an affidavit filed with the Constitutional Court, Social Development Minister Susan Shabangu says she has no choice but to halt the tender process.
Minister Shabangu suspends social grants tender process
It emerged in Parliament recently that security company G4S is challenging the accuracy of tender documents.
No load shedding this winter, Eskom tells Parly committee
The power utility is appearing before Parliament’s Standing Committee on Appropriations which is interrogating a R23 billion injection from the Treasury in 2015 and 2016.
Mabuza: No one who's helped loot SOEs will escape law
Deputy President David Mabuza says where new boards in SOEs have been appointed, they are under strict instructions to recover stolen funds and lay criminal charges against corrupt officials.
Mabuza faces MPs' questions in National Assembly
Deputy President David Mabuza is set to face questions on investor confidence, state capture and job opportunities for the youth.
Zwane set to top list of witnesses in state capture Parly inquiry
Mosebenzi Zwane was fingered by the Public Protector in her ‘State of Capture’ report, as having played a pivotal role in the sale of Glencore’s Optimum mine.
Parly committee to launch state capture probe into Zwane, Mineral Resources Dept
The focus of the inquiry will be to investigate maladministration in the Mineral Resources Department and the role it may have played in facilitating the sale of Glencore assets.
MPs call for Gupta family's SA passports to be revoked immediately
Processes followed by the Home Affairs Department in naturalising members of the Gupta family are set to come under scrutiny in Parliament.
Parliament passes bill to regulate e-hailing services
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande says the National Land Transport Amendment Bill will help to better respond to challenges facing the public transport industry.
MPs agree to probe Guptas' naturalisation
Members of Parliament’s suspicions were raised when an original list of naturalised South African citizens, requested by the committee, did not contain the names of the Guptas.
Call for troubled Mahumapelo to appear before Parly inquiry
Parliament’s Home Affairs committee is one of four ordered last year by the House chairperson to investigate matters related to state capture.
De Lille to face no confidence motion from DA CT caucus on Wednesday
Patricia de Lille survived a motion brought by the DA through a vote of the full council in February, but this time her fate will lie solely in the hands of her colleagues.
Mapisa-Nqakula says SANDF VVIP fleet grounded
Six aircraft make up 21 Squadron - that’s the name for the fleet of aircraft that’s meant to fly the country’s top dignitaries. None of them can take off because no maintenance contracts are in place.
DA to challenge lawfulness of Fraser appointment as prisons boss
This after President Cyril Ramaphosa failed to respond to demands to explain the procedure followed in moving him from the State Security Agency.
CT International Airport will be renamed, says minister
Deputy Transport Minister Sindi Chikunga says that Cape Town International Airport will be renamed and that it’s only a matter of deciding whose name it will carry.
Chikunga: Acsa infighting can't be allowed to affect operations
Deputy Transport Minister Sindi Chikunga says that Transport Minister Blade Nzimande is committed to moving with speed to appoint new board members at Acsa.
Poor collection of e-tolls posing threat to Sanral’s future, Parly told
Chief executive officer Skhumbuzo Macozoma says an R128 billion in investment has been lost due to resistance to tolls in other provinces.
Gigaba says both Atul & Rajesh Gupta each have 2 SA passports
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba's also moved to clarify how that it is possible to have more than one active passport.