The next time you want to say “only in SA”… uhm nope.
John Steenhuisen vs the Economic Freedom Fighters.
The country’s “dark” and “draconian” parole regulations are violating eligible prisoners’ rights by keeping them behind bars for too long, Lawyers for Human Rights (LHR) told Parliament on Tuesday.
President Jacob Zuma has lamented the abuse he faces in the National Assembly every time he answers questions.
That’s right folks, Zuma’s heading back into the gauntlet in just a few hours.
The DA’s chief whip took a proper swipe at the ANC for their poor Local Government Election results, throwing all the shade their way in parly. Check it out.
An unapologetic SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng has hit back at opposition MPs during a parliamentary grilling, saying that the broadcaster has no responsibility to pay attention to “the noise” people are making about how it’s run.
There’s no doubt that out parliament is one of the more entertaining ones, have a look at some of the shenanigans out MPs and political party leaders get up to in the National Assembly.
The ruling party’s former treasurer-general and struggle stalwart is no stranger to speaking his mind, and recently described the Nkandla saga as “scandalous.”
In his book, The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, John Maxwell says, “The laws carry consequences with them.” He goes on to remind those who are in positions of power to apply “the laws and the people will follow” them; or else, he warns, they “will not be able to lead others.”
The opposition chief whip speaks out about the chaotic state of parliament almost every time there’s a sitting. “The scenes that we’re seeing playing out in Parliament are symptomatic of a broken Parliament that needs to be fixed urgently.”
Lol! Perhaps she should take another bash at primary school history; it’s unlikely that anyone would have sailed to the Cape in the year 16AD.
Watch: “You must laugh if I’m a joke. Why don’t you laugh?” Zuma tells the DA’s John Steenhuisen before giving his signature laugh.
Tuesday’s Q&A session in parliament delivered some choice pearls from across the board; but none as entertaining as those that came from el presidente himself.
The president’s Q&A on Tuesday didn’t exactly go as planned and when the time came to answer the DA leader’s questions he couldn’t hold back any longer.
Julius Malema vowed to keep fighting against President Jacob Zuma after the EFF got booted out of parliament on Tuesday.
Debris flew as the EFF caused another ruckus in parly, shouting ‘Come and kill us here, we won’t leave parliament, Zuma must!’
John Steenhuisen’s name has become synonymous for tearing the ANC a new one in Parliament. Here he is again, doing what he does best…
JZ says the way some MPs behave are causing people to ask him embarrassing questions when he travels across the continent.
Almost all opposition parties have decided to stay away on Zuma’s second consecutive day in parliamentary, which might suit him just fine as there’ll be no one to ask him any difficult questions.
Caution: swearing ahead.
Could it be? Baleka Mbete reportedly gave word that parly will consider taking disciplinary action against the president following a meeting with all political party leaders.
COPE leader Mosiuoa Lekota says continuing their participation in Parliament is unjustifiable following the failed bid to remove president Jacob Zuma.