Makwetu tells MPs some departments unhappy with AG's rates
Auditor-General Kimi Makwetu said that he wanted to grow the office, but some entities and departments had complained about the costs of his audits.
DA allays fears of implosion, says won't be derailed by internal issues
As things stand, the party has no CEO, no leader, no federal leader, no chief whip in Parliament and it will soon be without a mayor in Johannesburg.
‘It’s unfortunate that Maimane resigned’ - Steenhuisen
Mmusi Maimane’s resignation means John Steenhuisen technically ceases to be the party’s chief whip because he was appointed by him as parliamentary leader.
Parliament: Constitution amendment for land expropriation will go ahead
Parliament said the amendment of the Constitution to allow for land expropriation without compensation will happen whether people are opposed to it or not.
Mabuza: Govt to release parcels of land for agriculture, housing
Deputy President David Mabuza said land would be released for industrial purposes and not just agriculture.
Mabuza: Govt will meet deadline for expropriation without compensation
Deputy President David Mabuza gave the assurance during his oral question and answer session in the National Assembly on Tuesday.
MPs urged to hold DBE to account for failure to provide transport, sanitation
Parliament’s Basic Education committee was on Tuesday briefed by the Equal Education Law Centre on their state of education report.
Baleka Mbete: The World Bank is not God
Baleka Mbete interviewed by international news network Al Jazeera on whether the African National Congress had betrayed the late Nelson Mandela’s legacy.
Mkhwebane: Personal cost order against me could threaten PP's independence
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane was responding to questions from MPs after tabling her office’s annual report and finances on Friday.
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.
Mkhwebane frustrated by state organs ignoring her reports
The Public Protector on Friday briefed Parliament’s justice and correctional services committee about her office’s annual performance.
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.