27.10.2020 04:20 pm
The recommendation for Maluleke’s appointment as Auditor-General will now be forwarded to President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Members of Parliament, during a National Assembly plenary session on Tuesday, unanimously voted in favour of deputy auditor-general Tsakani Maluleke to succeed her senior, Thembekile Kimi Makwetu.
The DA says a tweet in which the EFF leader calls on ‘all ground forces and peace-loving South Africans’ to attend the next proceedings appears to ‘incite violence’.
Retraction and apology of article titled: “Parliament to reopen in October: Regular Cabinet programme will resume on 6 October”
Parliament has been fully operational during the Covid-19 lockdown periods and Members of Parliament had embarked on a constituency leave period in September, which ends on 5 October.
DA to refer ministers who received money from FS asbestos-businessman to Parliament’s Ethics Committee
The party says if the MPs’ dealings with Sodi were irreproachable, they would have had no qualms declaring these payments.
Parliament’s presiding officers called on South Africans to mark Heritage Day by recommitting to root out the ills in society.
The spokesperson of parliament says the sitting also approved South Africa’s accession to the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation in South East Asia.
Cabinet says lawlessness and vandalism of private and public property should not be condoned as they are not a responsible and progressive option to resolve a conflict.
Sam Vukela’s court bid to interdict his pending disciplinary inquiry was struck off the roll in the High Court in Pretoria.
The dossier contains evidence of what happened to Lottery funds given to Denzhe Primary Care to build a drug rehabilitation centre near Pretoria, among others.
The Domestic Violence Amendment Bill proposes a number of legislative changes aimed at increasing the protection afforded to victims of domestic violence.
Parties collectively agreed that attacks on rural places needed to stop as they posed a huge risk to the country’s food security.
Stabbed with a sharp object above her eye, Jacobs said the attack which left a long term psychological impact highlighted that there needed to be more collaboration between police and the sector.
Cele said the SAPS is considering the enlistment of an estimated 4 000 external applicants as police trainees, to start training in January 2021.
Although Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter was available, the meeting was postponed to next Wednesday.
Scopa said the report it received from Treasury on Tuesday ‘indicated problems with the conditions set by the minister in the directive’.