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25 March 2017
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24 Mar 2017
Struggling Free State municipality throws bash for Motsoeneng
The Maluti-A-Phofung municipality in the Free State is throwing a “homecoming” concert for former South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) chief financial officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng in...
22 Mar 2017
Minister of Communications, accompanied by Free State Premier Ace Magashule, takes the Broadcasting Digital Migration public awareness campaign to Ladybrand
What's On
Communications Minister Ms Faith Muthambi, accompanied by the Premier Ace Magashule, will lead a public awareness campaign to inform community members of Ladybrand, in the Free State, about...
ANC and democratic crisis: what do we do?
Raymond Suttner
Last week saw a number of significant judicial decisions. These included a Constitutional Court ruling over the social grants crisis and the removal of General Berning Ntlemeza as head of the Hawks...
20 Mar 2017
SA: President Jacob Zuma on effective and efficient social grants distribution
On behalf of Government, I would like to welcome the pronouncement by the Constitutional Court on the distribution of social grants. The Court has given clear directives on the extension of the...
19 Mar 2017
DA: John Steenhuisen says Baleka Mbete must comply with Constitutional Court judgement on Dlamini
The Speaker of the National Assembly, Baleka Mbete, must move swiftly to give effect to the Constitutional Court judgement that, on 17 March, instructed Parliament to hold Minister of Social...
17 Mar 2017
SACP: SABC teetering on the brink of collapse: A call to the newly appointed interim board to act decisively
The South African Communist Party (SACP) welcomes Parliament’s rapid finalisation of the nomination of five members to an SABC interim board. We urge President Jacob Zuma to formally appoint them...
15 Mar 2017
Daily Podcast – March 15, 2017
Making headlines: Post Office says it can prevent a grants payment crisis UN says South Sudan and the AU are stalling on human rights court And, Maine said it is the ANC Youth League’s...
Speaker tells Faith Muthambi he cannot overrule SABC report
The Acting Speaker of the National Assembly Lechesa Tsenoli told the Minister of Communications Faith Muthambi on Tuesday that he is unable to change the South African Broadcasting Corporation...
14 Mar 2017
SA Parliament seeking fresh ways to oversee the executive
The recent enquiry from the South African Parliament into the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) exposed the public broadcaster for its flouting of process; the board for its...
SA: President Jacob Zuma commits to intensified action to combat cross-border crime in Kwa-Mhlabuyalingana
President Jacob Zuma has undertaken that Government will take visible action to combat crime in the Mhlabuyalingana Local Municipality in northern KwaZulu-Natal which is causing tension between...
SA: Acting National Assembly Speaker responds to the letter from the Minister of Communications
The Acting Speaker of the National Assembly, Hon. Lechesa Tsenodi, has responded to the letter of the Minister of Communications Hon. Faith Muthambi, in which she expressed dissatisfaction...
10 Mar 2017
Muthambi must pay for SABC report court review - DA
Communications Minister Faith Muthambi must pay the legal costs of taking the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) ad hoc committee’s report on judicial review from her own pocket, the...
DA: Mike Waters says meddling Muthambi must personally pay for her judicial review of SABC report
The DA will write to Communications Minister, Faith Muthambi, to demand confirmation that she will personally pay for the legal costs of taking the SABC Ad Hoc committee report on judicial review....
09 Mar 2017
UASA: UASA's open letter to President Zuma
Dear President Zuma What a week this is, Mr President! Amidst encouraging signs of economic growth, realism and intelligence are surfacing in the ANC as parliamentary portfolio committees continue...
No ministers appear before Parliament committee to explain ICC withdrawal
International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane and Justice Minister Michael Masutha were both absent from a parliamentary committee meeting to explain Cabinet's botched International...
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