Matakata: NPA prosecutions moving at snail pace
In March, Matakata told the portfolio committee on police that the NPA did not hinder its investigation into state capture but were instead impeding the progress of taking the matter to court.
Sitole: Scaling down SAPS will lead to disaster
National Police Commissioner Khehla Sitole says government needs to invest more money in the South African Police Service (SAPS).
Top cop Sitole denies being under investigation
Khela Sitole and several of his colleagues are briefing members of Parliament (MPs) on the police service's annual performance plan and budget.
Stats on Easter road carnage show women better drivers than men
A gender breakdown of contributory factors related to human behaviour shows that male drivers accounted for 71% of fatalities with female drivers accounting for just 24%.
Nzimande bemoans many board vacancies in SOEs
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande has assured Members of Parliament the filling of critical vacant positions in his department is a key priority as part of its strategic plans.
CGE ‘step closer’ to having sex work decriminalised
Parliament tabled the Commission for Gender Equality’s investigative report into the impact of police abuse against sex workers.
De Lille expected to explain EFF memorial appearance to DA
Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille was warmly welcomed by EFF leaders and supporters when she arrived at the Winnie Madikizela-Mandela memorial service in Brandfort in the Free State.
Could De Lille be in hot water for attending EFF's Madikizela-Mandela memorial?
While Patricia de Lille hasn't broken any party rules for attending the EFF-organised memorial, the party still expects to be informed about such a decision out of courtesy.
DA raises concerns over provincial education budget cuts
Minister Angie Motshekga revealed the budget cuts in a written parliamentary reply to DA Member of Parliament, Ian Ollis.
Basic Education to see massive budget cuts in EC, FS & NW
DA MP Ian Ollis says this will affect the eradication of pit toilets, mud schools and the provision of quality education.
Land ownership, SOEs to dominate DA congress
DA chief whip and Federal Council member John Steenhuisen says the organisation is prepared for some robust debate.
DA Federal Council meets ahead of party congress
Thousands of party delegates are expected to descend on the Pretoria showgrounds to deliberate on a number of policy proposals.
Trevor Manuel rages at Ace Magashule over Brandfort Museum delay
People gathered at the St George's Cathedral on Thursday for an interfaith service to remember Madikizela-Mandela.
'Issues we’re grappling with today, Madikizela-Mandela dealt with years ago'
People gathered at the St George’s Cathedral for an interfaith service to remember Winnie Madikizela-Mandela on Thursday.
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.