Ramaphosa: CR17 campaign funding was legitimate and above board
The president faced a barrage of opposition questions during his first oral reply session of the sixth Parliament on Thursday, centred on the so-called CR17 campaign and donations to his party by corruption-accused company Bosasa, now known as African Global Operations.
CR17 leaks based on sinister agenda, says Ramaphosa
The president said there was no provision in law requiring the disclosure of funding for internal party leadership contests.
Cabinet approves new model to improve service delivery
The new District-Based Service Delivery Model would be under the political leadership of President Cyril Ramaphosa and his deputy, David Mabuza, with a war-room based at the Union Buildings.
No wrongdoing, no criminality in CR17 campaign - Ramaphosa
Cyril Ramaphosa said those who contributed to his CR17 campaign did so out of a genuine concern for the country's future and that those involved were exercising their rights.
Cabinet hopes to be briefed on Eskom's draft white paper
The draft white paper is expected to set out how Eskom will be unbundled into three separate state-owned divisions for generation, transmission and distribution.
Maimane’s request to ask Ramaphosa about CR17 ministers denied
Speaker Thandi Modise based her decision on the grounds that DA leader Mmusi Maimane failed to meet the strict requirements to have an urgent question added to the order paper.
Ramaphosa to face grilling on CR17 donations, Bosasa & jobs in Parly Q&A
It will be President Cyril Ramaphosa’s first question and answer session of the sixth Parliament and it could get fiery.
Nomgcobo Jiba ‘vindicated’ after agreement with Parliament
The national legislature agreed to suspend the process of considering her removal from office until after her court bid to get her job back is heard next month.
Parliament agrees to suspend process on Jiba's removal pending court hearing
Advocate Nomgcobo Jiba went to court for an urgent interdict to stop Parliament from going ahead with the process of either endorsing or rejecting Ramaphosa’s decision to fire her.
Maimane wants Ramaphosa to answer for Cabinet members linked CR17 campaign
Weekend newspaper reports said President Cyril Ramaphosa’s CR17 campaign made payments to at least four people who later became members of his executive.
Nomgcobo Jiba’s battle to get job back moves to WC High Court
The fired former national deputy director of public prosecutions had applied for an urgent interdict to stop Parliament from dealing with President Cyril Ramaphosa's decision to sack her.
Parliament halts process over Jiba, Mrwebi's positions after legal action
Papers were served on National Assembly Speaker Thandi Modise on Monday.
Jiba seeks urgent interdict to halt Parly considering decision to fire her
Jiba wants the process put on hold because she has gone to court seeking a review of Ramaphosa’s decision to sack her and also to set aside the findings of the Mokgoro Commission, which recommended that she and her former NPA colleague, Lawrence Mrwebi, be dismissed.
SA’s immigration laws must be fully implemented, says Parly Home Affairs chair
Parliament’s Home Affairs oversight committee chair Bongani Bongo said it was untenable that a country could have large numbers of undocumented immigrants and nothing was done about it.
SA's immigration regulations must be fully implemented - parly committee
Home Affairs committee chairperson Bongani Bongo said it was untenable that a country had large numbers of undocumented immigrants and nothing was done about it.
Maimane calls for urgent Parly debate after latest unemployment figures
DA leader Mmusi Maimane wrote to National Assembly Speaker Thandi Modise asking for the debate to be scheduled as soon as possible.
Mboweni: Eskom bailout will impact taxpayers, fiscus
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni said that tax revenue could be significantly lower than projected in his February Budget.
National Assembly approves Appropriations Bill to fund ailing SOEs
Wrapping up debate on the bill on Tuesday, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni warned that the country's debt to GDP ratio was at an 'unacceptable level' and put the country at serious risk.