Parly to debate report recommending suspension of 6 EFF MPs over SONA disruption
The six MPs will be suspended for a month next year and have their salaries docked for disrupting the State of the Nation Address (SONA) in February and 'threatening' President Cyril Ramaphosa.
EFF’s application to interdict suspension of its MPs to be heard in 2024
The court was supposed to hear the application on Monday where EFF MPs, including party leader Julius Malema, were expected to interdict their suspensions for disrupting the State of the Nation Address in February.
EFF set to head to court to interdict suspension of 6 MPs for SONA disruption
Six MPs, including leader Julius Malema and his deputy Floyd Shivambu, want to stop their suspension and the docking of one month’s salary.
ANC wants more lenient sentence for 6 EFF MPs punished for SONA disruption
The ruling party said the suspension of Julius Malema and the five EFF MPs means they won't be able to hold the president to account during 2024's SONA, and the ruling may hit their pockets too hard considering it's the beginning of the year.
Permanent end to Israel-Hamas violence crucial beyond a ceasefire - Ntshavheni
Minister in The Presidency Khumbudzo Ntshavheni made a clarion call for an end to what she described as the 'deplorable' killing of civilians.
Govt is not tracking presence of Hamas in SA - Ntshavheni
Minister in the Presidency Khumbudzo Ntshavheni also said Hamas had not been classified as a terrorist organisation by the United Nations.
Ntshavheni says Mogoeng wants to 'rule from the grave' following CR17 comments
Minister in the Presidency Khumbudzo Ntshavheni said that it was unfortunate that Mogoeng made remarks highlighting that President Cyril Ramaphosa should have disclosed the source of his CR17 campaign funding.
SIU probing over 100 law firms for defrauding the Road Accident Fund
The SIU said some law firms had admitted guilt and they've managed to recoup over R300 million of the defrauded funds which were paid out on behalf of thousands of road accident victims.
More state entities achieving a clean audit, Auditor-General tells MPs
Auditor-General Tsakani Maluleke and the Office of the Auditor-General on Tuesday presented the audit outcomes for national and provincial government for the 2022/2023 financials.
Mchunu defends establishment of a new SOE under DWS, says it won't be corrupt
Water and Sanitation Minister Senzo Mchunu said the establishment of the South African National Water Resources Infrastructure Agency through the National Water Resources Infrastructure Agency Bill, also doesn’t mean it’s doomed to be another corrupt, underperforming SOE.
5,489 police officers arrested and charged with over 80 crimes, Cele tells MPs
The minister revealed the details in a written parliamentary question, adding that a majority of those charged were still employed by the South African Police Service (SAPS).
Parly's Standing Committee on Finance to meet over currency manipulation report
The Competition Commission is expected to brief the committee on Friday afternoon on its investigation and report into the manipulation of the local currency.
Crisis of water provision in SA is man-made, says EFF's Shivambu
He said it was not as a result of some unforeseen natural disasters, but because of poor water management and governance by the governing party.
SAPS still considering use of body, dash cameras, NCOP committee told
Police management on Thursday briefed the NCOPs Select Committee on Petitions and Executive Undertakings on ten undertakings made by Police Minister Bheki Cele.
DA lays complaint with SAHRC against Ramaphosa over child hunger in SA
DA leader John Steenhuisen said Ramaphosa played a “central role" in bringing about the nation’s current devastating reality - that almost five million children go hungry.
Parly left to seal Malema, 5 other EFF MPs’ fate after sanction recommendations
Parliament’s powers and privileges committee found them guilty of being in contempt of Parliament for disrupting SONA in February, suspending them while also docking one month’s salary.
Malema, 5 other EFF MPs ordered to apologise to Ramaphosa for disrupting SONA
The six MPs also have to apologise to the entire country and also have a month’s salary docked after they were found guilty of 'gross disorderly conduct' by a disciplinary hearing.
Malema among 6 EFF MPs punished for SONA disruption
The powers and privileges committee conducting their disciplinary hearing found the MPs guilty nine months after they stormed the stage during the SONA at Cape Town City Hall.