Parly a step closer to legislation of traditional initiation processes
The Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs portfolio committee has begun public hearings into the Customary Initiation Bill in Port Elizabeth.
'The ANC is the only hope for our people to live together'
The ANC wants to capiltalise on the governing Democratic Alliance’s (DA) weaknesses and internal divisions as it heads to elections next year.
Public hearings into regulation of e-hailing services continue
The provincial hearings kicked off last night in George and conclude later today in Cape Town.
WC holds public hearings on regulating e-hailing companies
The National Land Transport Amendment Bill, or the Uber Bill for short, will see e-hailing services brought in line with other meter-taxi operators.
DA: We haven't decided to ditch BBBEE yet
Senior members in the party have been caught in a public spat over BBBEE, with some members saying the policy has been scrapped and others saying it hasn't.
Former EFF MP Sipho Mbatha joins UDM
Mbatha is one of 200 new UDM members who was announced on Tuesday by party leader Bantu Holomisa, who welcomed them into the fold.
Parliament to process over 700,000 submissions on land expropriation
Public hearings concluded in Cape Town over the weekend.
ANC WC supporters ‘not coerced’ over land issue
The party has congratulated Parliament's joint constitutional review committee for conducting public hearings across the Western Cape.
‘Land expropriation to have negative impact on Khoi community’
Chief Cornelius Kok of the Griqua Traditional Council says land expropriation without compensation will have a negative impact on the Khoi community.
Parly concludes public hearings on land expropriation
It’s been two months since Parliament kicked off its hearings into the possible review of the Constitution to allow for expropriation without compensation.
Hundreds of residents gather in CT as land hearings conclude
Parliament’s joint review committee has held over 30 hearings in all nine provinces.
ANC: There's overwhelming support to press ahead with land expropriation
President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that the ANC will push for the amendment of the Constitution to allow for land expropriation without compensation.
ANC: South Africans love party’s Thuma Mina initiative
The party will from Friday embark on a nationwide Thuma Mina roll-out programme in all provinces as it prepares for what is expected to be closely contested elections in less than a year.
'Land reform has moved backwards'
The ANC government’s track record on land reform has been poor over the past 20 years, says Professor Ruth Hall of the UWC’s Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies (Plaas).
‘ANC govt’s track record on land reform has been dismal’
Professor Ruth Hall says land reform in the country has instead moved backwards with mostly big companies benefitting from land ownership.
Academic qualifications fraudsters will face consequences with new bill
Department of Higher Education on Thursday briefed the higher education oversight committee on the National Qualifications Framework Amendment Bill.
First land expropriation hearing gets underway in WC
The first gathering in the Cape is being held in Oudtshoorn.
Land hearings head to Oudtshoorn
Parliament's Joint Constitutional Review Committee has been tasked to determine whether or not Section 25 of the Constitution should be amended.