Breytenbach expresses confidence in 3 candidates for #NDPP post
Glynnis Breytenbach has withdrawn from the list of 12 candidates, saying it's important the job not be linked to politics.
Ramaphosa required to explain retaining Gigaba in his Cabinet
The DA wants Ramaphosa to explain his decision not to drop Malusi Gigaba and Bathabile Dlamini from his Cabinet when he took over in February.
EFF's Floyd Shivambu facing Parly ethics committee over journo assault
EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu was caught on camera roughing up Netwerk24 photographer Adrian de Kock at the parliamentary precinct in March this year.
Parly committee: Gigaba took selfless and principled decision to resign
Parliament’s Home Affairs Committee says that Malusi Gigaba should still be acknowledged for the initiatives he implemented in trying to make Home Affairs a people-centred department.
Gigaba facing uphill battle to get political career back on track, says analyst
Although he's quit his Cabinet post, former Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has not resigned as a Member of Parliament.
Ramaphosa appoints Blade Nzimande as acting Home Affairs Minister
Cyril Ramaphosa was given until Wednesday by the Public Protector to discipline Malusi Gigaba for lying under oath in a court case involving the Oppenheimer family.
Gordhan's leaked submission reveals Zuma's meddling in decision making at SAA
In a submission by Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan, he says it's evident that former board chairperson Dudu Myeni had Jacob Zuma's ear and used him to help her get her way.
Gordhan calls for probe into Nene’s removal as Finance Minister in 2015
Nhlanhla Nene's surprise replacement with Des van Rooyen sent the country's economy into freefall until Pravin Gordhan was shifted back into the post.
Gordhan’s leaked report details behind-the-scenes plan to procure nuclear energy
In it, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan says former President Jacob Zuma was insistent the country needed to enter into a nuclear deal.
Parly brawl footage to be referred to disciplinary committee
House chair Thoko Didiza says that she will leave it up to the committee to determine who breached the rules of the House during a fight between Agang SA MP Andries Tlouamma and the EFF’s Nazier Paulsen.
Nzimande: Resistance to paying e-tolls could collapse Sanral
During a Q&A session in Parliament on Wednesday, the minister said a solution had been found to repay the loans acquired to build the freeways.
ANC MPs on Parly Finance committee to lobby for VBS Bank to be saved
The Sarb says that legally it has no option but to act against the bank which is now R372 million in debt, following widespread looting by its executives and shareholders.
Blade Nzimande: Govt hasn’t taken any decision to scrap e-tolls
The Transport Minister says continued refusal to pay e-tolls will lead to the deterioration of the road network and defaulting on the money borrowed to build them.
Advocate Terry Motau unfazed by legal challenges to VBS Bank 'heist' report
Motau says he has the legal maturity to defend his decision to name individuals in the report even though they were not given the opportunity to respond.
Hawks: Probe into VBS Bank ‘looting’ in full swing
But the National Prosecuting Authority says the probe is not yet at a stage to determine who should be prosecuted.
Sarb: Recovering VBS Bank money could take years
Deputy reserve bank governor Kuben Naidoo has told Parliament’s Standing Committee on Finance that efforts to recover the money are ongoing but it could take years for people to get their money back.
Gigaba apologises for pinky finger gesture in Parliament
Gigaba was captured waving his pinky finger at Ndlozi after the EFF spokesperson referred to his leaked sex tape during a question and answer session by President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Home Affairs Dept yet to tally cost of legal battle with Fireblade Aviation
The Department of Home Affairs says it’s the end of the line for legal challenges against the Oppenheimer’s aviation company, Fireblade Aviation.