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.
First transfer of SABC bailout billions to be done on Monday
On Friday Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams announced the struggling public broadcaster has been given a R3.2 billion lifeline by the national treasury.
SABC will identify non-core assets to sell, not govt - Ndabeni-Abrahams
The minister said the SABC met most of the preconditions for a government bailout and would get the first transfer of R2.1 billion on Monday.
MP asks Presidency why Motlanthe allocated R4m more in benefits than Mbeki
A written parliamentary reply by Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu revealed that the state had spent over R60 million on former heads of states since 2016.
DA slams nearly R60m of taxpayers' money spent on former presidents
Minister Jackson Mthembu's reply showed how former President Kgalema Motlanthe cost the country the most to the tune of R16 million since 2016.
More SOEs, govt depts fail to submit financial statements to Parly
SAA and SA Express are joined by state-owned mining company Alexkor and the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, which have also failed to submit their reports.
No bonuses again for SABC execs & board members, MPs told
The spokesperson for the SABC Vuyo Mthembu said the organisation had not paid performance bonuses in the past five years.
SAA & SA Express cash woes delay submissions of annual reports to Parliament
The likes of SAA and regional sister airline SA Express will not be able to meet the deadline to table their reports on the last financial year.
DA’s Rural Safety Plan calls for ‘boots-on-the-ground’ approach
The DA said South Africa’s vulnerable rural communities were under siege.
DA punts plan to improve rural safety
One of the DA’s proposed solutions was the establishment of rural policing sectors or police stations that served a particular rural area.
SABC awarded contracts to non-qualifying bidders - AG
The Auditor-General on Tuesday listed a number of concerns around the South African Broadcasting Corporations (SABC)’s annual financial statements, from irregular expenditure to poor consequence management and contravention of procurement regulations.