JAY Naidoo has been wringing his hands. Cosatu, which he had done so much to build, is falling apart.
The disciplinary hearing into the conduct of 20 Economic Freedom Fighters MPs was procedurally flawed, opposition parties said today.
The DA will defend Parliament and make clear that the National Assembly is not the ANC’s playground, DA leader Helen Zille said on Monday.
PARLIAMENT yesterday accepted the report of its ad hoc committee into the upgrade at President Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla homestead, by 210 votes to 103.
Cosatu is facing a revolt from within its ranks after its Eastern Cape chapter distanced itself from the weekend’s decision to expel the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) from the federation.
CHARACTERISTIC of an unusually turbulent beginning, the fifth parliament has been running multiple parallel probes.
THE DA on Friday reiterated its threat of taking President Jacob Zuma to court for defying the Public Protector’s report on state spending at his home in Nkandla, KwaZulu-Natal.
A cash-strapped rural municipality paid thousands of rands for two senior ANC members, one a sitting MP, to travel to Zambia for that country’s 50th jubilee celebrations last month.