Speaker Baleka Mbete has agreed to consider calls to establish a committee to determine whether the president has misled the chamber.
The Constitutional Court will today pass judgment regarding Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home. Here's what that will entail.
Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and Baleka Mbete have presidential aspirations, but the former is more likely to end up running alongside Cyril Ramaphosa.
The EFF caucus, chanting 'Zupta must fall', were escorted out of Parliament for disrupting President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation address.
Baleka Mbete laid a clarion call for unity at the opening of the ANC KwaZulu Natal elective conference amid tension in the leadership race.
The Democratic Alliance has threatened to take Parliament to court after their bid for a debate on a motion of impeachment against Zuma failed.
President Jacob Zuma and the ANC keep fuelling the Nkandla fire with lies, but will it lead to their demise?
The court, as in the other two cases lost by the speaker, showed a far greater commitment to free speech than had the speaker.
The Western Cape High Court has dismissed the case from a media group against Speaker Baleka Mbete regarding Parliament’s broadcasting policy.
It's disconcerting when our Constitution's founding mothers misconstrue the rationale behind constitutional guarantees of MPs' freedom of speech.
The Western Cape High Court has ruled that the Powers and Privileges Act is only applicable to non-members of Parliament.
Our president doesn’t deserve even an ugly or poorly made statue, but he does deserve to fall, like the statue of Cecil John Rhodes did.
Baleka Mbete claimed a Concourt ruling didn't apply to Parliament, after Mmusi Maimane called President Jacob Zuma a thief during a debate.
The DA's argument to overturn a parliamentary rule allowing Mbete to call police to remove MP's was "extremist", says senior counsel for Parliament.
Our democracy suffers when the speaker of the National Assembly becomes a cheerleader for a particular party or for one particular individual.
This week we mourn the death of a rap star; celebrity robbers make headlines and, FYI - never point your finger at the President.
President Jacob Zuma steeled himself for his first oral question session of the year, and hit back at his critics over Nkandla and dodging Parliament.
The applicants argued that it was the constitutional right of every citizen to have an accurate representation of what occurred in the House.
With our Parliament in utter shambles, at least South Africans can take pride in the Proteas' performance in the Cricket World Cup.