Process to criminalise hate speech, crimes gets underway
The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development on Wednesday introduced the Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill.
Oliphant: Passing of minimum wage bill a step in right direction
Members of Parliament on Tuesday passed the contentious bill following months of discussions, public hearings and protests from some unions.
National Assembly passes minimum wage bill
Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant says the legislation will address the working conditions of South Africa’s labour force.
[WATCH LIVE] David Mabuza replies to oral questions in Parliament
Deputy President David Mabusa is appearing before the National Assembly to answer oral questions.
MPs to push through legislation ahead of recess
Parliament is currently winding down its business with 19 committee meetings this week, before MPs depart to their various provinces for constituency work from June until August.
DD Mabuza back to face MPs today
The deputy president will answer questions from MPs on government’s intervention in the troubled North West province which is currently without a premier.
ANC to announce 3 candidates for NW premier position
The ANC will this weekend decide on a replacement for former Premier Supra Mahumapelo who stepped down this week.
Ramaphosa say Lebeya's appointment will strengthen criminal justice system
President Cyril Ramaphosa has also welcomed the appointment of a new divisional commissioner for crime and intelligence.
Cabinet approves changes to sexual offences law
The proposed Criminal Procedure Amendment Bill will also extend the list of sexual offences with respect to prosecution.
SAPS top brass give update on probes into cash-in-transit heists
To cop Khehla Sitole says they have intensified their investigations into cash-in-transit heists and want to get inside the security companies to get to the root of the problem.
MPs back Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi as KZN acting top cop
Members of Parliament believe Lieutenant-General Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi is the right man to put an end to the endless police killings and other violent crime in KwaZulu-Natal.
Mbete says Parliament can’t take shortcuts in dealing with Manana
Opposition parliamentarians, last week, called on the ANC to take a tougher stance against Mduduzi Manana and remove him as a member of its caucus.
Parly committee calls for 'calm heads' in wake of Supersport debacle
Committee chairperson Beauty Dlulane has described the incident as unfortunate and is calling for a speedy resolution.
Nzimande: Prasa losing money like an ATM
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande briefed the media on his department’s budget earlier on Friday and outlined his spending plans for the financial year.
Data must fall, says Telecommunications Minister
Siyabonga Cwele has briefed the media on his department's annual budget on Thursday which focuses on the cost to communicate.
Allegations against Fraser should be tested, says Justice Minister
Arthur Fraser, the former Intelligence DG, was moved to Correctional Services following an investigation into his conduct by the Inspector General of Intelligence.
Gigaba confident Home Affairs will be 'fully' digital in future
South Africa currently has 900 million paper records that have to be processed manually, which is time consuming.
Jeff Radebe planning to use energy sector to ignite SA economy
The Energy Minister would like the energy sector to contribute as a minimum, a quarter of the $100 billion target set by President Cyril Ramaphosa.