Land expropriation report ready for 6th Parliament
Members of the committee met to finalise a draft report which details the process followed as well as submissions by legal experts.
Sitole: Crime Intelligence is not captured
MPs on Wednesday raised concerns over the police’s Crime Intelligence unit’s methods and whether they are legal.
Gupta naturalisation: MPs battling to get Ashu Chawla to appear before committee
Chawla is the alleged mastermind behind the Gupta family's entry into South Africa but fled for India after being summoned to testify.
Parliament still grappling with Guptas' naturalisation matter
The committee met on Monday for feedback from an official involved in processing the applications of Gupta family members and their associates.
Mabuza to answers questions in Parly on Eskom crisis, land
Deputy President David Mabuza’s appearance will be his final question and answer session before the National Assembly, which is scheduled to rise on 20 March.
Fana Hlongwane paid for Ayanda Dlodlo's Dubai trip
The Parliament ethics committee found Minister Ayanda Dlodlo had failed to declare a benefit when she stayed at the Oberoi Hotel in Dubai in 2015.
ANC MP Nyami Booi found guilty of breaching Parly ethics code
DA MP James Lorimer had complained that Booi did not comply with item 7.1 of the code of ethics that when he undertook remunerative work outside of Parliament.
Advocate Ngcukaitobi: Govt has wasted billions on unhelpful land reform
Advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi has told Parliament that land restitution has not been very helpful over the last 25 years
Experts make more submissions to Parly on land expropriation
The Office of the Valuer-General is the latest organisation to make a submission to the ad hoc committee.
Amending Constitution for land expropriation not needed, legal expert tell MPs
Parliament’s ad hoc committee looking into changing Section 25 of the Constitution received more input from experts, with most opposed to an amendment.
Saths Cooper ‘unaware’ of evidence showing Ramaphosa was a sellout
During the State of the Nation Address debate in February, Congress of the People leader Mosiuoa Lekota accused President Ramaphosa of being a sellout.
McBride laid solid foundation for Ipid, Parly committee told
Newly appointed Ipid acting head Victor Senna assured MPs that their efforts to expose police corruption and crime won't be affected as a result of Robert McBride's departure.
Ipid staff ‘saddened’ by Robert McBride’s depature
Ipid acting head Victor Senna Senna says their investigations into police corruption won’t be affected by Robert McBride’s departure.
There is no crisis at Ipid, acting head Senna tells MPs
Victor Senna, the organisation’s CFO, was appointed to the acting position by the Police Minister this week.
TV licence payment a big issue for SABC board candidates
Parliament’s communications committee started the process on Tuesday.
SABC advised by board candidate to cut signal for failed paid TV licenses
Mzwakhe Mofokeng, a lawyer by training, was one of eight candidates to be interviewed on Tuesday.
Cosatu calls for Parly to halt SABC board interviews
Cosatu said Parliament should have included at least one candidate from the labour sector to serve on the SABC board.
Legal route clear for Parly to amend Constitution for land expropriation
Valli Moosa, who was part of the team that developed the Constitution, told the committee there’s nothing legally stopping Parliament from amending it.