Mkhwebane: Court challenges having negative impact on PP's finances
The Public Protector has been in and out of court over the past three years defending her findings in some high-profile cases involving ministers and even President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Mabuza: Continued discrimination against women in workplace a concern for govt
The deputy president said that there are more women graduates at university level than men, yet women made up the biggest number of the unemployed.
Mabuza apologises to SA for latest power cuts
Responding to oral questions in the National Assembly, Deputy President David Mabuza was quizzed about how the government would go about avoiding future ratings downgrades and whether he supported the unbundling of Eskom into three different entities.
DA: Lamola must return to private practice over Cekeshe pardon offer
There has been mixed reaction from opposition MPs on the pronouncement by Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola that he was willing to help convicted Fees Must Fall activists apply for presidential pardons.
Lamola: Presidential pardon for student activists not to undermine judiciary
Minister Ronald Lamola appeared before the National Assembly’s justice and correctional services portfolio committee on Wednesday to present his department’s annual report.
SABC registers just under R500m loss – better than recent years, says board
News of the SABC’s improved annual performance comes just over a week after the public broadcaster received the first R2.1 billion of its National Treasury bailout.
PIC threatens Sekunjalo with liquidation
The Public Investment Corporation told Parliament that it was taking action against companies it invested billions in.
PIC performs well in its annual report, despite governance challenges
The corporation said its assets under management increased by R47 billion when compared to last year.
Parliamentary committee heading to Limpopo after VBS scandal
Committee members will meet with municipal officials over the next several days to check on how service delivery’s been impacted.
Parly committee says public trust in Ipid compromised by ‘cover-up’ reports
The police watchdog appeared before Parliament’s Police Oversight Committee on Thursday to brief it on its annual performance.
Ipid dismisses claims it manipulated performance figures
This follows a report by accountability journalism project Viewfinder, that the police watchdog manipulated case statistics and closed cases early.
Sars will take time to get back on track, says commissioner Kieswetter
Edward Kieswetter took over from Tom Moyane in April 2019 and since then he has been trying to restore the organisation's credibility.
Sexual abuse by teachers increased by over 230% over 5 years - SACE
The South African Council of Educators said it dealt with complaints of corporal punishment, verbal abuse, sexual misconduct and rape.
Parliament tables PSC report on suicide of official Lennox Garane
Garane killed himself in his office last year over the working conditions in the national legislature.
Mental health education should start early in school, says Sadag
According to the World Health Organization, every 40 seconds a person commits suicide somewhere in the world.
SAHRC denies favouring black people when handling cases
Oppositions MPs accused them SAHRC of letting black offenders off the hook while vigorously investigating and punishing white people.
DA, FF Plus accuse SAHRC of having double standards, bias against white people
MPs from the parties on Tuesday told the commission that it treated complaints against white people more vigorously than it did those against black people.
DA needs to get back to its core values, says Mike Waters
Deputy Federal chairperson Mike Waters said that Helen Zille should be allowed back into the DA's top structures.