She said the crowdfunding campaign was prompted by a ruling which still, in her view, ‘unfairly separated the public protector from Busisiwe Mkhwebane’.
This after Gengezi Mgidlana was found guilty of seven of the 13 charges brought against him.
The committee said the payments were not in line with research outputs, throughput rates, and so on that the universities produced.
‘I do believe in the process of restructuring Eskom,’ Mabuza answered when asked if he agreed with the proposed unbundling of the utility.
In September, the EFF threatened court action against the speaker of parliament over the failure to establish the JSCI.
The committee said the exploitation of pupils in schools by people in positions of power – in this case, a teacher – had become far too common.

Nsfas yet to table annual report – concerned parly committee

The committee also noted with ‘grave concern’ the stagnant audit outcomes of the Higher Education and Training portfolio.

Helping Fees Must Fall activist doesn’t undermine justice – Lamola

Lamola confirmed that they had received an application from Cekeshe’s attorneys to help with a bid for a presidential pardon.

100 Eskom senior officials refuse to co-operate with security screening process

Only 21 officials at the struggling energy utility have complied, as the SSA attempts to aid government in tackling corruption and mismanagement at the company.

Education quality watchdog Umalusi gets top marks

Education quality watchdog Umalusi gets top marks

Umalusi impressed the members of the portfolio committee on basic education with its 18th unqualified opinion from the auditor-general since 2001.

NPA has difficulties with mutual legal assistance from India, UAE

Batohi did not name the Guptas or state whether the requests for mutual legal assistance related to them.

Some senior govt employees don’t want to be vetted – State Security Agency

A hundred senior employees out of 121 at Eskom have also not co-operated with the agency’s vetting processes.

SOE heads can use discretion to employ flagged individuals, SSA tells Scopa

The response unsettled all, with the EFF’s Ntombovuyo Mente asking who would be held accountable for the end result in the Uyinene Mrwetyana matter.

Home Affairs spent over R40m on flights to deport illegal immigrants

R33,070,630 was spent in the 2018/2019 financial year, with another R8,956,713 spent since.

SAA misses another annual report deadline

The airline has reportedly asked for more time to file its financial records – a late submission for the third consecutive year.

Robert McBride nominated for Deputy Public Protector post

The justice committee will compile a shortlist and conduct interviews for the job, and has called for public comment on the 28 names.

SABC chair tells of murder bids against execs

Bongumusa Makhathini told Scopa these were due to the investigations into illegal activities at the broadcaster.

SIU finds enough evidence for 45 matters against Motsoeneng

Disciplinary and criminal referrals are being pursued against the former SABC COO, the Special Investigating Unit told Scopa.

EFF lawyers threaten legal action over lack of parly intelligence

The party will approach the High Court if a joint standing committee on intelligence is not established.

IFP MP distances his party from Mkhwebane’s nomination as public protector

This as a subcommittee of the National Assembly’s rules committee met to discuss the rules for the removal of the head of a Chapter 9 institutions.

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