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DA: John Steenhuisen says Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba costs tax payers nearly R900,000 in legal fees for Fireblade case
19th April 2018 In response to a parliamentary question from the Democratic Alliance Chief Whip, John Steenhuisen, the Department of Home Affairs has confirmed... →
18th April 2018 One thing is certain in this context: anyone having to sign off on the Carbon Tax Bill has an unenviable job. Though everyone making submissions at... →
11th April 2018 The National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union [NEHAWU] calls on the Minister of Home Affairs, Minister Malusi Gigaba, to be realistic... →
10th April 2018 Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has directed his department to prepare a comprehensive report and strategy on managing long queues at home... →
Minister of Home Affairs and Another v Fireblade Aviation Proprietary Limited and Others (13/2016)  ZASCA 46
5th April 2018 The SCA dismissed an application for leave to appeal by the Minister of Home Affairs against a judgment of the Gauteng Division of the High Court,... →
5th April 2018 Malusi Gigaba stated in the Budget Review 2018 (Budget) that: "The deductibility of interest payments on debt acts as an incentive to use debt... →