More witnesses are expected to give evidence to the parliamentary inquiry investigating 20 EFF MPs after opposition parties threatened to withdraw.
The DA has called on Cyril Ramaphosa to respond to reports that Jacob Zuma will not answer to questions in Parliament until the EFF has been tamed.
A R5m silver handshake is apparently not enough to make National Prosecuting Authority head Mxolisi Nxasana step down quietly. He wants R7.5m.
A keen supporter of Hlaudi Motsoeneng has been lined up as the new chief executive of the state-owned broadcaster.
Sources said that the opposition - the EFF, DA, UDM and IFP - are planning to withdraw due to unhappiness over the 'procedurally incorrect' process.
The parliamentary committee postponed the inquiry to Thursday, after Tshabalala claimed that she was seeing the "revised charges for the first time".
Beleaguered SABC chairperson Zandile Ellen Tshabalala has berated Parliament for making the inquiry into her academic qualifications public.
The EFF says it is not giving up on Parliament, but rather that it is there to transform it.
The Public Members Unit Team has offered to pay back money that was unduly spent from the state’s coffers in upgrading President Zuma’s Nkandla home.
The EFF is set to be absent from Parliament’s scrutiny of departments’ annual reports, which begins next Tuesday and runs until the end of October.