Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa refused to answer questions in Parliament about the security measures used during the State of the Nation Address.
With our Parliament in utter shambles, at least South Africans can take pride in the Proteas' performance in the Cricket World Cup.
DA parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane has been referred to as a broken black man in a "broken blue sea of white conservative males".
The DA's Mmusi Maimane told Jacob Zuma that he had "broken" Parliament, adding that he was "a broken man presiding over a broken society".
With the DA deciding to depart after the EFF is thrown out, this year’s State of the Nation Address was the most entertaining by far.
Opposition leaders led supporters to the gates of Parliament where they presented a scathing attack on the efficiency and progress of the ANC.
Anger at foreign nationals is misplaced and should be aimed at the ANC-led government and its failure to create jobs, says the DA's Mmusi Maimane.
Helen Zille and Mmusi Maimane enjoy an excellent working relationship, argues DA chief whip John Steenhuisen.
President Jacob Zuma used the ANC's birthday celebrations as an opportunity to again shift the blame for the country's energy crisis to apartheid.
Mmusi Maimane says Zuma's declaration on national television that the Nkandla upgrades are no fault of his, is a neglect of his duties to the country.
SA's energy problems were a product of apartheid and government was not to blame for the current blackouts, President Jacob Zuma said on Friday.
On the last day of Parliament my true love gave to me … one middle finger, two freedom fighters, three crazy MPs and a party no one really likes.
The DA's parliamentary leader also said that government should follow a "World Cup approach" to completing the Medupi and Kusile power stations.
The DA says it is preparing itself for the next part of the battle, the battle against the “undemocratisation” of Parliament.
As it addressed tensions within the tripartite alliance and Parliament, the opposition party says it would contemplate entering into coalitions.
The ANC's attempt to censure the EFF MPs who chanted "pay back the money" was pushed back by a united front from the opposition parties in Parliament.
A total of 217 MPs voted against a motion to censure Jacob Zuma for undermining the Constitution and not attending National Assembly sittings.
In the house of tit-for-tat, there's yin and there's yang, good versus evil. Whatever your preference, it's a riot – just ask the cops.
Chief whips agreed to postpone a debate late on Tuesday evening about President Jacob Zuma's lack of attendance at National Assembly sittings.