Ben Turok remembered as a 'giant' of the liberation struggle
Professor Ben Turok died on Monday at the age of 92.
ANC stalwart Ben Turok dies
His family said Turok died in the early hours of Monday.
DA pats itself on the back for 'good' performance in Parly
Interim leader John Steenhuisen said the party once again punched above its weight in holding the executive to account.
Draft land expropriation bill to be gazetted
Committee chairperson Mathole Motshekga said the draft bill would be published in the Government Gazette next week, which would open the door for public participation.
DA: We lost Joburg mayoral post due to 'treasonous behaviour'
A tough-talking John Steenhuisen described the actions of councillors who failed to toe the party line as nothing short of “treasonous”.
AG Kimi Makwetu reveals threats, attacks on his auditors
Makwetu has briefed Parliament’s Standing Committee on the Auditor General about intimidation against auditors during the recent municipal audits.
Legal advisers give Parly green light on land bill
Various opposition parties and interest groups are dead set against the move.
Jabu Mabuza: Money owed to Eskom by municipalities continues to rise
Eskom board chairperson Jabu Mabuza said overdue debt owed to the company stood at only R1.3 billion in 2013. Fast forward six years, that figure now stands at nearly R30 billion.
Parly receives first draft to amend Section 25 on land rights
The amendment bill makes the expropriation of land without compensation more explicit and comes about a year after the National Assembly agreed that the Constitution can be changed.
Eskom pleads with Salga, municipalities to pay R20bn debt
The utility's debt has escalated by over R20 billion in just a few years, with chairperson Jabu Mabuza saying debt owed to the company stood at only R1.3 billion in 2013.
State capture to blame for state of SOEs: Parly's public enterprises committee
An oversight report published this week follows recent visits and inspections of the key SOEs like the South African Airways (SAA), Denel and Transnet.
Unicef: Billions spent on SA govt debt will hurt children’s programmes
Unicef’s South African representatives on Friday made submissions to Parliament, which held public hearings on the 2019 Adjustments Appropriation Bill and Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement.
Outa: Endless govt bailouts to struggling SOEs now exceeds dept budgets
Outa on Friday made its submission during the public hearings on the 2019 Adjustments Appropriation Bill and the 2019 Medium Term Budget Policy Statement.
Parliament to go into new year with 30 outstanding pieces of legislation
The issue came up during a joint programme committee meeting on Thursday to finalise the parliamentary programme before the national legislature breaks for the year.
Troubled SAA desperately needs cash injection
It’s up to Treasury and the Public Enterprises Department to decide on a lifeline for the airline which has managed to fly out of a recent strike but not out of its financial woes.
SAA management pulls out of Scopa meeting
SAA was on Wednesday evening expected to submit further information to Parliament’s finance watchdog on why it failed to submit its annual financial statements for two years.
SAA gets parly tongue-lashing over decision to grant workers 5.9% increase
The National Assembly debated the matter on Tuesday following last week’s strike at the struggling airline. MPs also want government to put an end to SAA bailouts.
Enough is enough! MPs want an end to SAA bailouts
The National Assembly held a debate of national importance to discuss the recent week-long strike at the struggling airline.