So it’s the second day of the SONA debate in parliament and, while the EFF walked out yesterday – true to form – the DA was ‘kicked’ out today after putting a little too much pressure on deputy chair Tau. Have a look.
The initial cost of moving parliament to Pretoria will be high, but it would save South Africa money in the long run.
Some Twitter users said that Cape Town looks “like a warzone” with the amped up security.
Speaker of parliament Baleka Mbete has given the go-ahead for the DA’s proposed motion of no confidence to be debated in the National Assembly.
MPs say some pretty stupid *ss sh**, but these are beyond that. Have a look at some of the nonsense they tune each other in parly.
The EFF’s national spokesperson and member of parly, Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has had just about enough of Zuma laughing every time he’s asked a question in parliament; watch as Ndlozi takes on el presidente.
Look, it was bound to turn into a bit of a feeding frenzy, and with the EFF and DA baying for his blood, how could it not; but with EFF members wanting to ‘moer’ FF+ members… it’s getting a bit ridiculous.
Some gutsy kid tagged one of Parliament’s walls — or did they — and everyone found it oh so entertaining… except MPs.
Channel24 earlier today released this video of the big man himself, laughing his way through parliamentary questioning yesterday.
At the launch of a new trade guide, its creators at Commonwealth Exchange (CX) said exporting to South Africa would bring benefits to both countries
As Zuma prepares for his first round of parliamentary questions, we took a look at some of the key issues el presidente will have to – but probably won’t – deal with when MPs start their assault in the National Assembly.
The ruling elite mocks the genocide that led to the death of close to one million Rwandans; while they simultaneously stand accused of two counts of disobeying our nation’s constitution and the Charter that forms part of it.
As if the wavering standards, misappropriation of funds and lacking skills in teachers aren’t enough; our Department of Education now has sexual predators to deal with as well.
Parliament was suspended today after EFF demanded the money owed by President Zuma be repaid, as per the Nkandla report
South African Parliament expects to save around R1 million by cancelling a lavish gala dinner usually held after the President delivers his State of the Nation Address, which is scheduled for Tuesday.