MPs will debate a motion of impeachment against the president on September 1 for allowing Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir to leave South Africa.
The SABC's chief operations officer told MPs that journalists should be regulated, saying they lacked objectivity and were "lazy".
Public protector Thuli Madonsela said her office has been the target of unprecedented, spiteful attacks since she released her report on Nkandla.
The agricultural association has serious concerns about how farmers' compensation would be calculated under the Expropriation Bill.
The 7th Brics summit this week will see a deepening of relations in the emerging markets bloc as member nations sign a range of new agreements.
The defence force rejected reports that South African National Defence Force troops in Darfur were threatened to prevent the arrest of Omar al-Bashir.
The Local government Association declared a dispute with Treasury to release of R1-billion to 39 municipalities whose funding is being withheld.
The Western Cape High Court has ruled that the Powers and Privileges Act is only applicable to non-members of Parliament.
Cabinet ministers have downplayed the alleged signal jamming incident during the state of the nation address, calling it a "technical glitch".
South African media houses will go to court to prevent any future attempts to unlawfully block communication signals during parliamentary sessions.