An ad hoc committee will be formed, with a focus on oversight over the nation’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown measures.
The deputy president has urged the public to not be alarmed by the state of the Vaal River, “work is currently underway to expedite the problem.”
Twenty municipalities aren’t paying the power utility for electricity usage.
Political part says the apartheid era has been vindicated.
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.
The guilty government departments include the police, health, transport, cooperative governance and traditional affairs, and environmental affairs.
The National Assembly is the House directly elected by the voters, while the National Council of Provinces is elected by the provinces and represents them to ensure that provincial interests are taken into account in the national sphere of government.
The National Minimum Wage has long been a contentious issue. The National Council of Provinces has officially passed the bill, that means there is just one more place to go.
President Zuma returned fire at the Democratic Alliance while answering questions at the National Council of Provinces. Legal fees for who?
He’s gone beyond parody now…
In his Q&A session in the NCOP yesterday Zuma was pressed on the Gordhan/NPA issue and, while admitting that the issue is concerning, the president maintained that he cannot interfere.
The president’s Q&A session in the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) had barely started before the EFF got speaker Thandi Modise all riled up.
Speaker of the National Assembly and national chairperson of the ANC, Baleka Mbete, doesn’t seem to understand last week’s Constitutional Court ruling all that well. Or, like Thandi Modise she just didn’t bother reading it.