Home affairs to brief parliament on Guptas’ naturalisation  Indian businessmen Ajay and Atul Gupta, and Duduzane Zuma in 2011. Picture: Gallo Images

Home affairs to brief parliament on Guptas’ naturalisation Indian businessmen Ajay and Atul Gupta, and Duduzane Zuma in Picture: Gallo Images

Parliament shocked that corruption offenders get off with slaps on wrist Themba Godi, chairperson of Scopa. Picture: Gallo Images

Scopa has expressed disappointment that none of the cases that were investigated by the government Anti-Corruption Task Team.

SABC 8 take Parliament to ConCourt over SABC decisions

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) on Wednesday said the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has agreed to abide by the order to withdraw the ban on broadcasting violent protests.

Watch DA’s Maynier Roast Zwane While Steenhuisen Takes on the Speaker!

Watch DA’s Maynier Roast Zwane While Steenhuisen Takes on the Speaker!

Watch John Steenhuisen of the DA takes on the ANC on poor election results.

South African top court says law on land claims invalid.

Wikimedia’s Challenge To NSA Surveillance Too “Speculative” To Persuade Judge

Another humiliating court defeat for government as ConCourt dumps land act

World War 3 watch: China deploys missiles on disputed island

SA's new salt legislation comes into effect today New legislation to reduce the amount of salt in processed foods kicks in today.

We are well aware of the flavour and munch that papad brings to our daily plate of boring food.

Secret ballot for What? Why Zuma can still laugh it off.

Secret ballot for What? Why Zuma can still laugh it off

ConCourt rules Speaker has power to prescribe secret ballot

South Africa: Zuma In 'Toughest' State Of The Nation

Parly probe into Eskom to put spotlight on Molefe, maladministration  The parliamentary inquiry will officially commence in the first week of August 2017, when the legislature resumes its activities for the third quarter. (Gallo)

Parly probe into Eskom to put spotlight on Molefe, maladministration The parliamentary inquiry will officially commence in the first week of August when the legislature resumes its activities for the third quarter.

Parliamentary committees ordered to probe #GuptaEmail leaks

Parliamentary committees ordered to probe leaks

Parliament, not President Jacob Zuma's fees commission, should solve the…

IFP urges tough action against ANC protesters who break the law in Pretoria.

CATCH IT LIVE: Parliament votes on new Public Protector

– PLENARY Draft resolution (The Leader of the Opposition): Motion of no confidence in the President in terms of section of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996

Public Protector Act | South African Government

Public Protector Act

Parliament: Secretary Gengezi Mgidlana’s dealings are under serious scrutiny – here’s why.  Photo: Then Director for Strategy and Knowledge Management for the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) Mr. Gengezi Mgidlana addressing the Plenary at the 36th session of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS), FAO headquarters (Plenary Hall). 12 October 2010, Rome, Photo by FAO.

Parliament: Secretary Gengezi Mgidlana’s dealings are under serious scrutiny – here’s why

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