It was reported that Parliament was considering moving the National Assembly to a venue that would cost the taxpayer nearly R1 million a day
The City of Cape Town’s JP Smith reckons repairing the fire damage to the new assembly hall will cost ‘hundreds of millions of rands’
The EFF has called for a thorough assessment of legislation relating to farmworkers, contending that their working conditions are appalling.
Parliamentary spokesperson Molotho Mothapo went on to clarify that proceedings have been taking place via the so-called hybrid system, in line with COVID-19 regulations
The use of virtual banners and backgrounds during Zoom meetings sparked a debate during the National Assembly Q&A held on Thursday, 18 June 2020.
A virtual sitting of the National Assembly will grill the president over lockdown inconsistencies.
Another crazy day in South African politics, and now Malema is taking his sparring partner to court.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s assertion that Parliament’s process seeking to remove her from office is ‘unconstitutional and unlawful’, has been rejected.
National Treasury has recently announced that the current economic path is unsustainable with the country facing the triple threat of slow economic growth, unemployment and high rates of inequality.
This Bill allows the Finance Minister to transfer money to Eskom without any pre-conditions to be met.
Speaker of the National Assembly, Thandi Modise, is likely to face legal action.
The EFF will address parliament on the topic of “Building state capacity through insourcing of government and all state-owned companies’ workers.”.
David Mabuza says its time South African citizens to adopted a culture of paying for services that have been rendered and consumed.
The two-and-a-half-year saga of suspended secretary to Parliament Gengezi Mgidlana appears to finally be reaching a conclusion.
At this stage, there simply does not exist a way to get rid of the Public Protector…
Gender-based violence has been declared a national crisis and the ACDP have called for unity in the debate to find a solution.
The outrage of gender-based violence continues in parliament.
Trade union claims that taxpayers’ R32 million had been diverted for party political interests.
Before a decision can be made in Parliament on whether or not to remove Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane from office, the rules first need to be established.
IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi has called time on his 44-years in charge of the fourth largest political party in South Africa.
The President decided to take “wise counsel” once given to him by the public protector.
A tough day at the office for Ramaphosa, then, but no-one ever said it was going to be easy.
Who received payments amounting to R7 million and why?
Parliamentary Committees will be hard at work over the next few weeks.