Scopa seeks answers on contractor ‘holding criminal justice system to ransom’
The contractor is a former police officer who has threatened to switch off the country’s criminal justice system database if his contract isn’t renewed.
Parliament to open doors for public to pay respects to Madikizela-Mandela
A memorial service will take place for the anti-apartheid icon at St George’s Cathedral on Thursday.
McBride: Police corruption biggest threat to national security
Robert McBride dropped a number of bombshells earlier on Thursday when the police watchdog briefed Parliament’s police oversight committee on its high-profile investigations.
McBride: Police corruption biggest threat to SA national security
Ipid head Robert McBride today dropped a number of bombshells when the police watchdog briefed parliament’s police oversight committee on its high-profile investigations.
'Listeriosis outbreak risks becoming another Life Esidimeni tragedy'
Officials from the various departments on Wednesday briefed Parliament on the outbreak and the recall of various meat products.
Mabuza asks FS govt to reconsider Magashule's R20m farewell party decision
Deputy President David Mabuza has told members of the National Council of Provinces that they are correct to raise concerns about the farewell party to be funded by taxpayers' money.
DTI says companies affected by listeriosis could face legal action
Members of Parliament received a briefing from officials in the various departments about the listeria outbreak and the recall of certain products on Wednesday.
Eskom execs to receive bonuses as long as targets are met, says CEO
The power utility is in a dire financial situation with declining profits.
Eskom staff urged to blow whistle on corruption
Eskom board member Nelisiwe Magubane the board is confident that it will successfully return Eskom to financial stability and sustainability, but will need everyone to work together.
Eskom objects to 5.2% tariff hike
The power utility had requested a 30% hike as part of its plan to recover tens of billions of rands lost to coal procurement, as well as the lower than expected electricity sales between 2014 and 2017.
Parly police committee wants urgent action on cash-in-transit heists
Chairperson Francois Beukman says the frequency of cash-in-transit heists was raised at the last two portfolio committee meetings with National Police Commissioner General Khehla Sitole.
DA MPs against diversity clause say they are not anti-transformation
Gavin Davis & Michael Cardo have sent a letter to party delegates objecting to terms within the proposed clause including 'racial transformation' & 'demographic representivity'.
Election preparations to top NEC's agenda at the weekend
ANC Secretary General Ace Magashule says President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to reiterate the party's message of unity and renewal when he addresses the meeting.
Parliament step closer to replacing National Key Points Act
The National Key Points Act is an apartheid-era law which protects various government buildings and properties around the country.
Mabuza grilled on land, Manana assault, political killings in first Parly Q&A
Deputy President David Mabuza’s question & answer session came exactly a week after President Cyril Ramaphosa had to deal with similar questions from lawmakers.
Mabuza refuses to address Sarb nationalisation in Q&A
DA’s Dean McPherson wanted to know how the nationalisation of the Reserve Bank, as resolved by the ANC at its December conference, would assist in the fight against illicit financial flows.
David Mabuza defends convicted assaulter Manana
Mabuza has told parliamentarians that the ANC doesn’t discard those who have been found on the wrong side of the law and would rather rehabilitate them.
Will Mabuza receive baptism of fire from MPs during maiden Q&A session?
Deputy President David Mabuza, who is the new leader of government business, will be quizzed on several issues from moral regeneration to illicit financial flows.