Ramaphosa: My new city plans are not a dream, they're my desired reality
President Ramaphosa on Tuesday afternoon responded to debate on his State of the Nation Address.
After a tongue-lashing from MPs, Ramaphosa to respond to Sona debate
Democratic Alliance chief whip John Steenhuisen said people wanted to hear about plans not dreams.
Mantashe: Secure electricity supply crucial in growing energy sector
Minister Gwede Mantashe said about 60 mining projects with an investment value of over R110 billion were in the pipeline and could create as many as 32,000 jobs.
SA remains a highly attractive destination for mining - Mantashe
Mantashe says about 60 mining projects with an investment value of more than R110 billion are in the pipeline for the period from now until 2020.
Gordhan on Denel: No clearer example of the damaging effects of state capture
About 3 500 employees were affected by Denel's cash flow problem, which resulted in them possibly receiving 85% of their salaries. The public enterprises minister says that will no longer be the case.
On a point of order: EFF stages walkout as Gordhan delivers speech in Parliament
Opposition parties continued to deliver broadsides on President Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation Address on Tuesday.
As insults fly during debate, Ramaphosa urged to 'stare down enemies of growth'
Opposition parties delivered broadsides against Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation Address.
Sona debate: EFF's Chirwa forced to withdraw Ramaphosa comments in maiden speech
Chirwa was taking part in Tuesday’s debate by parties of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation Address on Thursday.
Freedom Front Plus: Honourable president, you are a prisoner of the ANC
Opposition party members are sceptical and are tearing into President Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation Address, following his speech last week.
Pay for your electricity, Ramaphosa urges citizens
Cyril Ramaphosa said government would bring an urgent appropriation bill to Parliament to provide Eskom with a significant portion of the R230 million it needs over 10 years.
Smart city and bullet train - Ramaphosa tells citizens to dream big
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s first Sona after the May elections was long on what the country should be reaching for but short on concrete plans on how to get there.
Looted R15 billion could be returned to the state – Ramaphosa
The Special Tribunal, made up of eight judges, will fast-track civil claims brought to it by the Special Investigating Unit.
EFF caucus to decide on posing ‘urgent questions’ to Ramaphosa, says Shivambu
While Parliament’s presiding officers have said they don’t anticipate any disruptions for the Sona, the outcome of that meeting could change things.
Sona 2019: Less talk, more action expected from Ramaphosa
Ramaphosa will deliver the first State of the Nation Address of the sixth administration at 7pm.
Cosatu ‘deeply worried’ over ANC nominees for committees' leaders
The African National Congress released its list of nominees for influential positions in Parliament on Thursday.
Sona 2019: More 'hell' & economy growing solutions expected
Ordinary South Africans, businesses, and political parties expected the president to present solutions to the crisis at many of the country’s state-owned entities.
No confusion in choosing committee whips, chairs - Magashule
A number of those named were implicated in aiding and abetting state capture and other wrongdoing.
ANC chief whip defends MPs on list of portfolio committee chair nominees
The ANC’s nominees include MPs such as Faith Muthambi, Mosebenzi Zwane and Supra Mahumapelo.