Secretary to Parliament Xolile George announced the period and costs for the completion of sections of Parliament that were damaged by fire.
Members of the National Assembly (NA) and the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) will meet on Tuesday and Wednesday to debate the SONA.
Magwenya says the disruptive conduct of EFF MPs is a matter for Parliament to address through its rules and processes.
DA leader Steenhuisen may not be in support of the chaos caused by EFF but the use of the Army and Police triggered safety concerns for him.
Well, that did not last long… the first person was ordered out of Parliament for “quoting a wrong rule”. Here is the latest.
The Presiding Officers of Parliament said this year’s SONA theme was consistent with the the theme adopted by the sixth parliament.
The political event of the year is upon us yet again. Here are the details of how to follow President Ramaphosa’s Address.
Activists from Right To Say No Campaign called on the South African government to take action against the killing of activists in the region.
The ANC congratulated the members and said it looks forward to ‘benefitting from their tremendous skills, talents and experience.’
The shuffle in the ANC continues with resignations and redeployments announced on Monday. The President is expected to change his cabinet soon.
Sex workers and human rights advocates urges the decriminalisation of sex work. Parliament is yet to adopt the Bill.
Benin’s main opposition on Thursday rejected the results of this week’s parliamentary election, claiming vote buying and fraud allowed allies of President Patrice Talon to win a majority of legislature seats.
The Speaker of Parliament said a secret ballot vote would deprive citizens of seeing the positions of their representatives in the National Assembly.
We take a look at what happened this week in the Ramaphosa saga ahead of Parliament’s discussion of the Section 89 report on 6 December
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula announced earlier in the week that PRASA uncovered more than a thousand ghost employees.
The deputy secretary of support services, Baby Tyawa, has been placed on precautionary suspension while the investigation unfolds.
Gift of the Givers announced that it received a letter of congratulations from Parliament for its efforts in combating Hunger
The DNA backlog in South Africa’s crime labs has grown by 70 000 since June 2021 and currently sits at over 81 000.
‘It’s a big victory for land justice in our country. We can now return the land to our people,’ said an ANC MP after the motion passed. Several opposition parties, including the DA and EFF, objected.
A number of people marched to Parliament on Heritage Day calling for policies to be put in place to reduce climate change in South Africa.
Authorities say they are unable to give details on the investigation into the Parliament fire, but are confident of a successful prosecution
Former Judge Thokozile Masipa has been appointed to be part of the three members to assess Ramaphosa’s fitness to hold office
Parliament’s Joint Standing Committee on Intelligence has cleared Zizi Kodwa of being involved in a Phala Phala robbery cover-up.
Honourable members could soon be doing their squabbling on the other side of the country – and Parliament may soon change its location.
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