ANCYL denies claims it’s broke
The High Court in Johannesburg last week granted an insolvency order against the league.
Zuma says he’ll campaign for ANC ahead of polls
He addressed his supporters across the road from the Pietermaritzburg High Court on Friday afternoon.
Niehaus: Zuma won’t get fair trial
The MKVMA’s Carl Niehaus says it’s clear that Zuma has strong support not just in KwaZulu-Natal, but the entire country.
Zuma supporters gather for night vigil ahead of court appearance
While fewer supporters turned up this time around, the mood was no different, with plenty of singing and dancing through most of the night.
Manana’s disciplinary hearing falls away after resignation
Mduduzi Manana was scheduled to appear before Parliament's joint committee on ethics and members' interests to answer for beating up women in Fourways last year.
ANC: Manana's resignation shows he is taking responsibility for his actions
Manana resigned as an MP on Tuesday, a day before he was supposed to appear before the committee.
SA citizens to be given another chance to hand in illegal firearms
Parliament’s police portfolio committee on Tuesday said that it will consider a firearms amnesty following a request from the Minister of Police.
Parly’s transport committee takes RAF Scheme Bill to the people
The bill is intended to replace the Road Accident Fund Act and aims to improve the administration of benefits and payouts to accident victims.
Women's Legal Centre welcomes Manana’s resignation
Mduduzi Manana issued a statement announcing his resignation as an MP following months of calls for him to step down.
Parliament to formally consider gun amnesty
Police portfolio committee chairperson Francois Beukman says the committee will consider Police Minister Bheki Cele's request and then forward the matter to the National Assembly for approval.
'Bring all those responsible for Eskom's financial woes to book'
The Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises chairperson Lungi Mnganga-Gcabashe says the parliamentary and state capture inquiries will also go a long way in assisting to bring those responsible to book.
Mkuseli Apleni's resignation 'a great loss’
Home Affairs portfolio committee chairperson Patrick Chauke says Mkuseli Apleni led a very capable administration during his decade at the helm.
Parly concludes public hearings on Restitution of Land Rights Bill
In 2015, the Constitutional Court declared the Restitution of Land Rights Amendment Act of 2014 to be invalid and stipulated that land claims lodged by 1998 be finalised before the legislation is re-enacted.
Committee on police urges Hawks to prioritise VBS probe
The portfolio committee on police will ask for a full briefing on the matter from the Hawks when Parliament resumes its sittings in August.
DA calls for changes to SABC editorial policy
The party says it's no secret that the governing party has used 'undue political influence' in an attempt to turn the SABC into its mouthpiece.
Ipid's McBride welcomes Cele call for probe into his conduct
Police Minister Bheki Cele’s spokesperson says the minister was merely following Parliament procedure when he asked the Police Portfolio Committee to deal with the matter.
'Parly’s call to probe McBride linked to Ipid investigations into senior cops'
In a letter to Parliament, Police Minister Bheki Cele has asked the National Assembly to initiate a probe into allegations of 'unethical conduct' against Robert McBride.
Tougher competition laws on the cards
On Tuesday, Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel briefed the media on the Competition Amendment Bill which will give more teeth to the existing Competition Act.