Calls for review of certain provisions of Political Party Funding Act
While some parties and organisations support the draft regulations making party funding more transparent, others have raised technical concerns.
IEC told to lower political funding declaration to R50k
For two days, the Independent Electoral Commission will hold hearings on draft regulations for the Political Party Funding Act which was signed into law earlier this year.
Public hearings on Political Party Funding Act set to start
The hearings come after My Vote Counts won a Constitutional Court application in June last year forcing political parties to publicly disclose their funders.
Africapacity Group offers to buy embattled VBS bank
A black-owned investment company, Africapacity Group, has made contact with the Reserve Bank, Treasury and Parliament with an offer to purchase the bank for R2 billion.
Parly establishes subcommittee to deal with unruly MPs
The 14-member would deal with how to handle matters of unruly behaviour that required Members of Parliament (MPs) to be removed from the Chamber.
Gauteng top choice for local, international migrants - StatsSA
The province might be the smallest province by area, but it contributed disproportionately to the country’s GDP.
Stats SA: HIV prevalence shows steady decline in SA
The latest statistics on HIV showed the overall HIV prevalence rate was approximately 13.5% among the South African population.
Treasury: SABC, Dept of Communications fail to meet bailout pre-conditions
National Treasury said it has not received any submissions or documentation in compliance with the set of pre-conditions communicated to the department in March.
SA's population increases to 58.78m
Gauteng recording the largest share of the country’s population, while the Northern Cape maintained its status as the province with the lowest population in the country.
Parly health portfolio chair Dhlomo: I’m committed to address attacks on EMS
Emergency medical staff have over the years come under increased attack while carrying out their duties.
Mabuza dodges questions on Sars 'rogue unit' during Parly Q&A
Deputy President David Mabuza was answering oral questions in the National Assembly on Thursday, his first question and answer session of the new term of Parliament.
ANC tables motion to set up another land expropriation committee
ANC chief whip Pemmy Majodina said the ad hoc committee established in the previous term of Parliament had lapsed before it could complete its work.
Cabinet receives final report from land reform panel
Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu thanked the panel chaired by Dr Vuyokazi Mahlati and approved that the report be made public.
WATCH LIVE: Mabuza refuses to comment on Sars high-risk unit's legality
Deputy President David Mabuza was answering oral questions from Members of Parliament in the National Assembly on Thursday afternoon.
Mthembu: South Africans must stop selling themselves short
Cabinet said that South Africa was still an attractive investment destination and has welcomed increased interest by prospective investors.
Mbalula ready to return to Zondo Inquiry to address Zuma allegations
Former President Jacob Zuma told the commission that Fikile Mbalula had attended a meeting with Johann Rupert, where the businessman told Mbalula that if Zuma removed Pravin Gordhan as Finance Minister, he would shut down the economy of the country.
Mbalula announces plans to improve railway system as strike looms
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula said an immediate priority was the urgent implementation of interventions to deal with the struggling Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa.
Municipalities bear the brunt for investing in VBS Mutual Bank
This came almost a year after the South African Reserve Bank published a forensic report into the collapse of VBS Mutual Bank that blew the lid on how it was looted of nearly R2 billion.