A task team has released its report on the upgrade at the president's home in KwaZulu-Natal.
A showdown is looming over the Democratic Alliance's confusing stance on affirmative action.
While the National Assembly has passed the Legal Practice Bill, some feel the Bill will erode the independence of the legal profession.
The massive amount of debt owed to municipalities by the public has become a serious problem, says a minister.
Parliament has bid farewell to outgoing auditor general Terence Nombembe, whose term in office ends at the end of November.
President Jacob Zuma says he does not know who the "Number One" is referred to in almost all reports related to the Guptagate saga.
Privately-run prisons will cost the state R12-billion over the next 14 years and the results yielded have been disappointing, Parliament has heard.
The Traditional Courts Bill goes back to the provinces, raising fears that they will be bullied into supporting it.
South African Transport and Allied Workers' Union leader has been accused of an inappropriate relationship with an employee.
The gifts to MPs, disclosed in the register of MPs' interests, has alarmed the DA's chief whip, who says excessive gifting is a problem.