Parly adopts report on public submissions to amend Section 25 of Constitution
The ad hoc committee to initiate and introduce legislation amending Section 25 of the Constitution has met on Friday and will now draft the long-awaited constitutional amendment.
Salga raises concerns over councillors' lack of skills
Salga CEO Xolile George said that while councillors did not require any particular qualification, their lack of skills had become a problem.
Mkhize, MPs dismayed by 'onerous' terms put forward by vaccine manufacturers
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said that other manufacturers’ terms, like Pfizer’s, risked handing over the country’s assets to the company.
Mkhize: Terms put forward by J&J before releasing vaccines are unfortunate
Mkhize said the pharmaceutical firm wanted a special acknowledgement about its investments in local medicines manufacturer Aspen before it signed.
'We're not sleeping on the job': Mkhize defends govt's COVID-19 vaccine rollout
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize defended government’s handling of the country's much-criticised COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
Singh says that he and not Essa paid for Dubai trip but can't provide evidence
Former Eskom finance chief, Anoj Singh, He had a hard time responding to questions from the commission’s evidence leader and chairperson.
Zondo questions Singh about his flights to Dubai facilitated by Salim Essa
Earlier on Tuesday at the state capture commission, he was grilled about why a contract not in line with a Treasury directive was signed with consultancy firm McKinsey.
Treasury instructions on Eskom consultancies were ambiguous, Singh tells Zondo
Former Eskom chief financial officer, Anoj Singh, was asked why the deals with McKinsey were not in line with a Treasury directive.
Parly committee close to finalising process to amend Section 25 of Constitution
Almost four years since Parliament agreed to amend the Constitution to explicitly allow for land being expropriated without compensation, the process is finally nearing completion.
Parly Energy committee concerned over effect of fuel price hike on SA's poor
The Mineral Resources and Energy committee wants solutions from the department to mitigate the increases.
Scopa slams Eskom board for delaying probe into racism claims against De Ruyter
The committee had been requested to suspend its probe because the state-owned power utility was conducting its own internal investigation into the matter.
Scopa halts inquiry into racism allegations against Eskom CEO De Ruyter
The committee had been requested to suspend its probe, while Eskom conducts its own internal investigation.
Dlamini-Zuma wants implementation of district model ramped up
Cooperative Governance Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has singled out the lack of implementation of government policies as the reason for poor delivery and not a lack of ideas.
DA to approach SAHRC to probe govt's slow COVID-19 vaccine rollout strategy
The party said that this was in addition to the decision it took to explore further legal challenges against the South African government on the matter.
Encouraging progress: Sars collects an additional R138 billion in revenue
Sars commissioner Edward Kieswetter has Thursday afternoon announced the preliminary outcome of the revenue collected from 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021.
Parly committee told to take tough action against EFF MPs guilty of contempt
The 16 members were charged after storming Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan at the podium when he was delivering his Budget vote in July 2019.
National Assembly wants 16 EFF MPs suspended for disrupting Gordhan’s Budget
The 16 were charged after storming Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan at the podium when he was delivering his Budget vote in July 2019.
Land expropriation: MPs debate removing some sections in the Constitution
The advisors have given MPs a legal opinion on the bill on Wednesday following a week of public hearings.