President Cyril Ramaphosa had consulted with COSATU ahead of today's Cabinet reshuffle. The announcement is expected to be made at the Union Buildings at around 3pm. This is following the loss of two ministers.
President Cyril Ramaphosa's admission that he provided incorrect information to Parliament regarding a large payment to his election campaign to become ANC leader has put the sure-footed veteran politician on the back foot.
The Gupta family might finally face their alleged crimes after South Africa and the United Arab Emirates solidified two key treaties. According to reports, the National Assembly signed off the extradition treaty on Thursday.
South Africans heard the news that Parliament adopted the report that calls for the amendment of Section 25 of the Constitutions to allow for land expropriation without compensation. Not everyone was as pleased as the EFF.
The Joint Constitutional Review Committee has officially adopted plans to amend Section 25 of the Constitution to allow for expropriation without compensation. The wheels on the #ExpropriationWithoutCompensation bus is rolling.
Former Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba, has resigned as a Member of Parliament. The news was confirmed on Thursday morning by the Speaker's office. On Tuesday, Gigaba handed in his resignation as minister too.
On Tuesday afternoon, news broke that Malusi Gigaba stepped down as the Home Affairs Minister. Gigaba faced a tough couple of weeks as opposition parties pressured him to resign from his ministerial post, Briefly.co.za gathered.
It seems whenever something goes wrong, or Andile Mngxitama doesn't agree with something, white monopoly capital is to blame. This was the case yet again, when the Black First Land First's websites were temporarily shut down.
After the scuffle in Parliament on Tuesday, where the DA and EFF got caught up in questionable conduct with each other, there's a huge conversation over what disciplinary action should be taken against those involved.
Like toddlers sent to the naughty corner, EFF's Julius Malema, and the DA's John Steenhuisen, were booted out of Parliament on Wednesday after both men refused to apologise for insults thrown at each other during Tuesday's heated
After a chaotic fight in Parliament, Julius Malema wants the DA to be punished for their racist behaviour. Members of Parliament were reduced to a physical fight after emotions got out of control during a &QA with the president.
DA member of Parliament, John Steenhuisen, has been encouraged to sue the Economic Freedom Fighter's Julius Malema after he accused Steenhuisen of rape during Tuesday's heated Q&A session with President Cyril Ramaphosa.
The last Q&A of 2018 of President Ramaphosa got intense and physical as members of Parliament lost their cool. Members of the EFF, DA, and AGANG stormed each other and was seen pulling and pushing at each other.
Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, apologised for his offensive gesture towards EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi. Gigaba waved his pinky at Ndlozi, hinting that he was better endowed than a much smaller People's Bae.
President Ramaphosa spoke out about racism after members of the DA, EFF, and AGANG got into heated arguments in Parliament. The President said South Africans must not revert to the painful racism of the past again.
On Tuesday, Mmusi Maimane implicated Andile Ramaphosa in a corrupt R500k Bosasa payment. However, Ramaphosa has since defended his son, but he added 'if' he is corrupt, he would personally take him to the cops.
EFF spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi took shots at Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba by suggesting president Cyril Ramaphosa should give his cabinet ministers camera-less phones. But, Gigaba fired back with a gesture.
The BLF wants black DA leaders and members to join the BLF and leave the Democratic Alliance. The movement also called for black members to take white leaders' homes. The DA called on Parliament to ban the movement from meetings.
EFF's leader Julius Malema is now officially a member of the Parliament's committee on ethics. Malema was sworn in on the 30th of October. The committee will be handling Shivambu's corruption case linked to VBS Mutual Bank.
BLF members were forcefully removed from a Home Affairs meeting after causing a chaotic disruption. The members were shouting that Fireblade Aviation should be shut down before surrounding Nicky Oppenheimer and his son, Jonathan.
When Floyd Shivambu took to the podium during the National Assembly on Tuesday he was treated to a familiar chant. MPs chanted "Pay back the money" as Shivambu stood up - much like the EFF did back when Zuma was still around.
Not long after stepping down as Finance Minister, Nhlanhla Nene also resigned as MP. Nene left his post as Finance Minister after he admitted that he had previously lied about his relations with the Gupta family.