Pressure on Ramaphosa to sign minimum wage, tenure bills into law
The Presidency says Ramaphosa wants to be sure the bills pass constitutional muster and is 'applying his mind with urgency and thoroughness' to them.
MPs back land reform but split over need to change Constitution
Voting together, ANC and EFF MPs ensured the constitutional review committee backed the move by an overwhelming majority on Thursday.
Opposition parties hope extradition treaty will speed up Guptas' return to SA
In an affidavit submitted to the state capture commission of inquiry, Ajay and Rajesh Gupta say they are in the Emirates, and have no intention of ever returning to South Africa because they fear arrest.
'Adoption of land expropriation report was flawed'
The official opposition Democratic Alliance says the adoption of the report was flawed and an attempt to expedite election prospects of the African National Congress and Economic Freedom Fighters.
Land expropriation report adopted, now what?
Parliament is expected to debate and adopt the committee’s report at the end of November, but that’s just the start of a lengthy process to amend the Constitution.
Municipalities owe water boards, Water & Sanitation Dept R13.1bn
Paul Nel of the Inter-Ministerial Task Team has told Parliament’s Water and Sanitation Oversight Committee that of the R13.1 billion owed, more than R9 billion is older than 120 days.
MPs adopt report to allow for land expropriation without compensation
Constitutional review committee adopts report to allow for land expropriation without compensation despite objections from DA and smaller parties.
Moyane says not challenging his sacking would cause 'untold harm'
Tom Moyane's filed an urgent application to have President Cyril Ramaphosa’s decision to fire him reviewed and set aside.
Opposition parties want Gigaba to account for wrongdoing
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane instructed National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete to refer Malusi Gigaba’s conduct to Parliament’s ethics committee, a hurdle he must face if he chooses to remain an MP.
Gigaba facing uphill battle to get political career back on track, says analyst
Although he's quit his Cabinet post, former Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has not resigned as a Member of Parliament.
ANC praises Gigaba as opposition parties celebrate his Cabinet exit
While the ANC has praised Malusi Gigaba for putting the country and the party above his own personal interests, opposition parties say his resignation as Home Affairs minister is long overdue.
Mboweni slated in Parly over tweets about 'war' against SA editors
Minister Tito Mboweni was issued a reprimand by the South African National Editors' Forum, which reminded him he'd taken an oath to uphold the Constitution, which guarantees press freedom.
Municipal debt owed to Eskom rises to R17bn
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Zweli Mkhize says there’s been a similar rise in the amount that municipalities owe water boards.
'We cannot revert to raw racism and separation of ourselves'
President Cyril Ramaphosa has told Parliament that South Africa cannot afford to return to the raw racism of its apartheid past in spite of the pain it still causes.
Ramaphosa tells Parly that Bosasa's R500k payment made to son above board
DA party leader Mmusi Maimane is also questioning why the money was paid into a trust account and not Andile Ramaphosa’s business account.
MPs trade blows and insults during Ramaphosa’s Q&A session
Agang SA MP Andries Tlouamma was tackled by the Economic Freedom Fighters’ Nazier Paulsen after he rose on a point of order.
President Ramaphosa calls for swift action over VBS Bank 'looting'
Cyril Ramaphosa says action must also be taken against municipal officials and politicians who deposited public funds with VBS while knowing this was against the law.
Ramaphosa says Bosasa payment made to his son is above board
President Cyril Ramaphosa says his son Andile owns a financial consultancy that does work for a number of companies, including Bosasa.