Adolescent girls, women remain disproportionately affected by HIV - Mabuza
Mabuza on Friday chaired the first meeting in the sixth administration of the South African National Aids Council (SANAC) inter-ministerial committee in Cape Town.
Ramaphosa dodges DA question on using pensions to develop economy
DA leader Mmusi Maimane questioned the wisdom and benefits of using South Africans’ pensions to help develop the economy.
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.
NHI a chance to fundamentally transform SA’s healthcare system - Ramaphosa
The president was asked about what he found to be the state of readiness of the country to implement NHI.
Govt will implement NHI responsibly - Mthembu
Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu said all South Africans needed to acquaint themselves with the NHI Bill, which was before Parliament for MPs’ consideration.
Judge labels display of apartheid flag as divisive and retrogressive
In his ruling, Judge Phineas Mojapelo declared the gratuitous display of the apartheid flag constituted hate speech, unfair discrimination, and harassment.
Lack of transformation in mining sector under spotlight again in Parly
The portfolio committee on mineral resources and energy on Wednesday hosted an engagement session with organisations in the mining and energy sectors.
Ramaphosa in for a grilling as MPs return to work after 3-week break
It will not be just another week for ordinary MPs, as President Ramaphosa will also expect a rowdy reception when he returns to the assembly to answer questions on Thursday.
Parliament committee to continue meeting on Jiba, Mrwebi’s futures
Portfolio Committee on Justice and Correctional Services chairperson Bulelani Magwanishe said the committee would continue with its programme as members had not been formally informed or interdicted from going ahead with the process.
Marikana massacre: 'We should never allow such a tragedy to befall SA'
President Cyril Ramaphosa, who was cleared by the Farlam Commission for his role in the tragedy, said the country remembered the 44 people who lost their lives in Marikana.
DA calls for mining task team as SA remembers Marikana tragedy
The Marikana massacre is being commemorated on Friday, with many saying that very little has changed in the mining sector since the tragedy.
Parly committee pays struggling Amahlathi Municipality a visit
The Amahlathi Local Municipality in the Eastern Cape has now been put under administration in terms of Section 139 of the Constitution.
DA wants Mkhwebane urgently removed from office after Estina ruling
The North Gauteng High Court earlier ordered Mkhwebane personally foot 7.5% of the legal costs of the DA and Casac in the Estina Dairy Farm matter.
Modise agrees to DA request to debate unemployment crisis
DA leader Mmusi Maimane had written to Modise saying the debate was of national importance.
Parly committee wants action against DBE spokesperson over 'sexist' tweets
Last week, Elijah Mhlanga tweeted sultry pictures of half-dressed men and women holding books while encouraging a culture of reading.
DA wants urgent legal opinion from Parliament on NHI Bill's constitutionality
DA leader Mmusi Maimane said the party had issues with the legislation's constitutionality but wanted a legal opinion before challenging it legally.
Maimane: DA will fight the 'unconstitutional' NHI Bill
The bill, which sets out to provide universal healthcare to all South Africans regardless of their financial circumstances, will now be processed by Parliament before it becomes law.
Parliament to start process of selecting new deputy Public Protector
Speaker Thandi Modise informed Parliament to start the process of finding his successor before recommending a suitable candidate to the president.