MPs on the ad hoc committee looking into the Nkandla report say they've been too busy electioneering and haven't read the public protector's report.
In an interview with the M&G, Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota claims the party would garner more support in the forthcoming election than in 2009.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu speaks frankly about elections, not voting for the ANC and the pain of not being asked to speak at Nelson Mandela's funeral.
The ANC's Marius Fransman and Pierre Uys walked out of a Scopa meeting, where they were due to answer for alleged wasted public funds.
While the parliamentary committee is ready to start, the DA says it would need more time to ensure the investigation into Nkandla is thorough.
Parliament did not follow normal procurement processes for the manufacturing of a Madiba bust because it was considered an "emergency procedure".
President Jacob Zuma was in Cape Town targeting the elusive and crucial coloured voters.
Cope has announced it will not form part of the special parliamentary commitee to investigate President Jacob Zuma's response to the Nkandla report.
The National Assembly's Max Sisulu has confirmed that Parliament will establish an ad hoc committee to process the public protector’s Nkandla report.
The IEC has rejected objections to President Jacob Zuma's candidacy for Parliament, saying there is no evidence that he isn't suitable.