MPs to get 88 free single-flight journeys a year as part of their perks
The only catch is that they have to fly economy except in exceptional circumstances.
Old, new MPs conclude second last day of parly induction
While it was not considered a political gathering, the induction degenerated this week with members of the Economic Freedom Fighters and African National Congress clashing during one of the sessions.
Mildred Oliphant resigns from Parliament
Several former ministers have resigned over the last two weeks.
EFF and ANC MPs clash during induction session
Old and new MPs were going through an induction course this week, which was meant to teach them, among other things, how to behave in Parliament.
As ANC prepares to welcome new MPs, Mildred Oliphant remains an MP
While the ANC has not received any further resignations, the party will be in touch with Mildred Oliphant, the last remaining former Cabinet minister who has not yet resigned.
DA gives Dlamini 48 hours to report knowledge of corruption at Sassa
The party gave Bathabile Dlamini 48 hours to report her knowledge of corruption in the social grants debacle to police.
ANC confirms Bathabile Dlamini's resignation as MP
Dlamini is the latest to join a growing list of former cabinet ministers who have been forced to resign as MPs to protect their ministerial pensions.
Rape, assault & exclusion of women continue to plague universities - report
The commission’s report on gender transformation in tertiary institutions has been tabled in Parliament and it shows how slow the pace of gender transformation is in the country’s universities.
Parliament slowly getting ready for 6th term
Key meetings have been scheduled for this week, including a meeting of the chief whip's forum as well as the National Assembly programme committee.
Mazzone, Van Damme re-elected to DA parliamentary caucus leadership team
The party said the group of members of Parliament it had elected represented the experience, diversity, and skills of the DA's new parliamentary caucus.
Opposition parties unimpressed with Ramaphosa’s Cabinet
The president announced a slimmed down Cabinet on Wednesday night, reducing the number of ministries from 36 to 28.
ATM to ask National Assembly to probe Gordhan’s fitness to hold office
The ATM has not wasted any time announcing its arrival in Parliament and says it will request an ad hoc committee investigation into Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Majodina: No one on ANC’s Parly list dropped for Mabuza
ANC deputy president David Mabuza will join several other senior party members who'll be sworn-in as Members of Parliament in the coming days.
Financial implications for a reduced Cabinet, says Malegapuru Makgoba
Deputy chairperson of the National Planning Commission (NPC) professor Malegapuru Makgoba explained why the size of Cabinet should be kept at a minimum.
Questions around Mabuza being sworn in as MP still unanswered
Last week, the deputy president requested his swearing in by Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng be postponed to give him time to respond to the ANC's integrity commission report.
Loftus ready for presidential inauguration after dry run
After his inauguration, the president will be occupied with announcing his highly anticipated Cabinet, which is expected to happen on Sunday.
Youngest parliamentarian Ntsube calls for nationalisation of private schools
Itumeleng Ntsube is not only the youngest in the 90-member National Council of Provinces, he is also younger than any other member of the National Assembly.
Mogoeng explains why Motsamai is now an MP despite murder conviction
Kenny Motsamai is a former military commander of the Azanian People’s Liberation Army and spent 27 years in jail for killing a white traffic officer.