Lamola: Money being redirected from other govt programmes to fund Zondo Inquiry
Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola told Parliament’s justice committee that they were starting to feel the financial squeeze of the Zondo Commission, which had cost taxpayers about R800 million over three years.
Ace Magashule’s controversial political legacy
In a letter from his deputy Jessie Duarte, the ANC secretary general was informed of his suspension, which started on 3 May 2021 and is set to continue until after his court challenge.
MPs want to know why Zondo Commission hasn't yet led to any prosecutions
The Justice Minister and the head of the prosecuting authority faced questions from justice committee members who quizzed them on when the NPA would use information from the Zondo Commission to prosecute offenders.
What the suspension from the ANC means for Ace Magashule
On Monday the embattled ANC secretary general received communication signed off by his deputy Jessie Duarte informing him of his suspension.
Justice Minister hopes costly Zondo Commission will wrap up in June
Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola said the state capture inquiry had been costly and forced his department to put some of its programmes on hold.
R4.3bn set aside for vaccine may not be enough, Treasury's Mogajane tells MPs
Treasury wants to tap into its contingency reserves to help fund the country’s COVID-19 vaccination programme.
EFF's Shivambu accuses Treasury of misleading MPs on establishment of state bank
Treasury officials, though, said that the formation of the bank had been delayed by the many discussions with affected departments.
Treasury warns South Africans to expect another tough economic year
The finance department has shared the bleak outlook in a briefing on its annual performance plan to Parliament’s Standing Committee on Finance.
ANC MP Bongo to appeal NEC decision forcing him to step aside
The African National Congress (ANC) had given party members affected by the step aside resolution 30 days to do so or face suspension, but many like Bongo and secretary-general Ace Magashule were defiant and hanging on to their positions.
Cricket South Africa has no choice but to transform: Mthethwa in Parliament
Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa has slammed Cricket South Africa for obstructing calls for change.
Cricket SA in a complete mess, Sports Minister Mthethwa tells MPs
The crisis at Cricket South Africa reached a peak last week when Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa invoked his powers to deregister and defund the organisation after its Members' Council voted against amendments to its constitution to allow for restructuring.
Ramaphosa wants other companies scrutinised for state capture, not just Guptas
President Cyril Ramaphosa made the remarks while giving his closing remarks at the state capture inquiry on Thursday, wrapping up two days of evidence.
Ramaphosa tells Zondo ANC has corruption to blame for losing voter support
He’s also told the Zondo commission there was a recognition of a “malaise” of corruption in the ANC and this was costing the party dearly.
WATCH LIVE: Ramaphosa says Zuma, Mbeki recalls were painful processes
President Cyril Ramaphosa said he still supported the ANC's approach of disciplining members if they didn't toe the party line because he had seen how divisions — including removing two presidents — nearly destroyed the party.
Ramaphosa: Jonas’ Gupta claim made Mantashe realise party couldn’t probe family
President Cyril Ramaphosa was responding to questions about the Gupta family during his second day of testimony at the state capture inquiry.
Ramaphosa: ANC will now appoint people to govt who are fit for purpose
He said this on Wednesday when he appeared before the state capture inquiry.
Ramaphosa: ANC knew accepting Bosasa donations was wrong
He said the Political Funding Act would solve this as it was revolutionary and must be applauded but he wondered if the fiscus would ensure that parties were not dependent on private funding.
ANC is accused number 1 when it comes to corruption, Ramaphosa tells Zondo
He has on Wednesday acknowledged the governing party does have corruption within its ranks and is now taking measures to deal with it.