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.
Bathabile Dlamini will no longer represent the ANC in the National Assembly.
Thandi Modise does not want parliament to overspend on SONA as she believes her budget can be better spent elsewhere.
It is a good thing that more and more young people are climbing up the echelons of SA politics.
Electoral reform will not eliminate all of our problems, it is just an initial step towards improving relations towards the electorate and parliamentarians.
Unpacking the inner-workings of the nation’s engine room.
The Chief Justice will preside over each Member of the National Assembly’s swearing-in.
The most important House in South Africa.
All parliamentary candidate lists were finalised prior to the electoral conference.
Here’s how South Africa’s sixth parliament will look.
Energy Minister Jeff Radebe was scheduled to answer parliamentary questions in the National Assembly on Wednesday, 13 March.
The SABC has gone before the National Assembly’s portfolio committee today hat in hand.
The president had a courtesy visit from ‘one of South Africa’s biggest exports,’ Trevor Noah, ahead of the National Assembly.
David Mabuza responded to questions in the National Assembly today.
It has been, without a doubt, a rocky five years for Mbete.
While the bill was passed with support from most parties, the Democratic Alliance bemoaned ‘procedural flaws’.
Tito Mboweni didn’t bore anyone, but his tough-talking Mid Term Budget Speech wasn’t exactly easy listening. These were the highlights.
Marvellous humour in Parliament today. Floyd Shivambu, so used to dishing out a “pay back the money” chant, was on the receiving end this Tuesday.
The committee said that it has now recommended that the National Assembly adopt the new rules.
Find us a better love/hate relationship than the one going off between Cyril Ramaphosa and John Steenhuisen. It can’t be done.
Here’s what President Ramaphosa had to say about the most serious issues facing South Africa.