John Steenhuisen tabled a fiery reply to the EFF on Tuesday evening, after they berated him for not having a diploma. It was blockbuster stuff…
The South African news today round-up features the latest on a new face in the state capture inquiry, and there’s more on the John Steenhuisen saga too.
The DA hierarchy lashed out at the Sunday Times, who suggested John Steenhuisen could lose be removed as chief whip for not having a university degree.
Only Shania Twain has reached these levels of “unimpressed” before. John Steenhuisen has let rip on Ramaphosa’s “rotten” cabinet.
John Steenhuisen isn’t satisfied with Malusi Gigaba’s resignation. He won’t rest until the departing minister is back in the dock.
We’ve put years of rowdy behaviour into one must-see list. There have been some classic, if not tragic, duels in South African Parliament over the years.
“I think [the] DA should be punished for their racist behaviour in parliament yesterday by taking one metro away from them.” – Julius Malema
Just hours after firing Tom Moyane from SARS, John Steenhuisen wants Cyril to give Malusi Gigaba the boot after his horror-week.
The attending John Steenhuisen has blasted the conduct of the group, who appeared to man-handle Nicky Oppenheimer in the National Assembly.
John Steenhuisen discusses the issue of owning guns in South Africa, and how new legislation could limit your self-defence rights.
Never shy of sticking it to the ANC, John Steenhuisen has lamented the party for not tackling crime properly in the Western Cape.
It’s Zondo vs Zuma at the state capture inquiry, and John Steenhuisen is lining up a few ANC members of his own. Here’s your South African news today wrap.
Then DA and EFF both tried to fight the motion, but ultimately, the ANC decided that Zuma should get a healthy pension.
It’s been alleged that the ANC tried to sweep their Bosasa deals under the carpet. You can’t get away with doing that in the house of John Steenhuisen.
Here’s Johnny. The DA’s chief whip explains why Cyril Ramaphosa – and a few other ANC cronies – must be held accountable for state capture.
Should Cyril Ramaphosa be summoned to the state capture inquiry? John Steenhuisen believes the commission has no other choice.
After offending every other group of people in South Africa, the Jewish community has now received the Julius Malema treatment.
Hell hath no fury like John Steenhuisen sticking it to the ANC. The DA’S chief whip has revealed some alarming figures on state capture.
Find us a better love/hate relationship than the one going off between Cyril Ramaphosa and John Steenhuisen. It can’t be done.
Steenhuisen isn’t buying one word of Manana’s apology, either.
Steenhuisen will argue in Parliament that Mkhwebane has to go. Get the popcorn ready.
Parliament is still as rowdy as ever.
These “cross-party dialogues” on land redistribution are going to be LIT
On form, as per usual.
Some vintage John, here…