DA finalises names of candidates to serve on panel to probe PP
But, the party would only be submitting the names to Speaker Thandi Modise next week after she approved a motion by the DA to consider advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s removal.
People with ‘sound legal backing’ should serve on PP removal panel - DA
Last week, National Assembly Speaker Thandi Modise approved a motion by the DA asking Parliament to initiate proceedings to remove Mkhwebane.
NHI public hearings to resume in Bloemfontein today
Parliament has called on all South Africans interested in universal healthcare to make submissions.
DA wants public comment deadline on land expropriation draft law extended
Members of the public have exactly a week left to make submissions before Parliament finalises the process to amend the Constitution.
Parliament Speaker says yes to motion to start proceedings to remove PP
The fresh calls for Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s removal come after Parliament adopted new rules for the removal of a Public Protector.
Parliament to request meeting with SAA’s business rescue practitioners
Public Enterprises portfolio committee chairperson Khaya Magaxa said the committee needed a well-thought-out strategy to oversee state-owned enterprises like SAA instead of an 'ad hoc and crisis led approach'.
IFP seeking to regulate employment of foreign nationals
The party said that it had noticed how some industries were hiring more foreigners than South Africans and this had to be regulated.
SAA has become a burden to taxpayers, says Scopa's Hlengwa
Parliament’s finance watchdog the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) said that the country’s state-owned enterprises would be the committee’s first order of business when MPs return from the festive break.
Ramaphosa signs money bills into law, SOEs to possibly receive funding
Parliament on Monday published the notice informing the national legislature of the bills that were assented to and signed by the president on 13 January.
DA rejects plans by cash-strapped SAA to sell off some aircraft
In a notice on its website, SAA says it is putting some of its aircraft up for sale to accommodate new Airbus aircraft the company has added to its fleet.
DA: Makgoba’s appointment as Eskom interim board chair questionable
The party's Public Enterprises spokesperson, Ghaleb Cachalia, has described the appointment as regrettable and not what the struggling power utility needed to turn it around.
Parly committee wants govt to avert potential Massmart job cuts
Massmart, which is majority-owned by US retail giant Walmart, has this week indicated it had started consultations with unions about the closure of up to 34 of its Dion-Wired and Masscash stores which could affect 1,400 employees.
DA wants MPs to return from holiday to discuss Eskom's problems
The call by the DA followed contradicting messages from deputy President David Mabuza and the Presidency about how President Cyril Ramaphosa was misled by Eskom about load shedding.
MPs happy with 2019 matric results
Basic Education Committee chairperson Bongiwe Mbinqo Gigaba said that they were happy with the results and wanted the department to sustain the improvement well into the future.
Farmers could soon donate land through online system
A new draft policy for the allocation of land could see farmers donate land through an online system.
Sisulu calls for urgent government intervention in drought-hit EC
Minister Sisulu visited the province with her deputy David Mahlobo on Monday to assess the situation, which she said had deteriorated.
Motshekga: We don't want to create division over land expropriation
The parliamentary committee working on the thorny issue of land expropriation has again stressed the need to complete its work without sowing division in South Africa.
Load shedding costing CT R50m per stage per day - Neilson
Democratic Alliance (DA) leader John Steenhuisen and the acting mayors of the two metros briefed the media on Thursday morning about the economic impact of rolling blackouts on the local authorities and their economies.