President Jacob Zuma's Q&A session was cancelled after the EFF refused to let him speak until he'd answered their question on Nkandla repayment.
Cyril Ramaphosa dealt with wage inequality, growth strategies and government cost-cutting in his Q&A session, but not Omar al-Bashir's departure.
Snarky remarks, shouting matches and not so thinly veiled insults dominated President Jacob Zuma’s question and answer session in Parliament.
Government officials have begun to review the proposed changes to the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act.
The National Council of Provinces chairperson Thandi Modise has lodged a complaint with the Press Ombudsman against the Sowetan, a spokesperson said.
Thandi Modise has been elected unopposed as chairperson of the National Council of Provinces, with Raseriti Tau as her deputy.
The controversial Employment Equity Bill is ready to be signed into law despite the DA voting against it the second time around.
The NCOP has quietly put the South African National Roads Agency's plans to start the tolling of Gauteng's highways next month on hold.
By resisting pressure from the department of state security and introducing amendments, the NCOP has struck a blow for democracy.
The parliamentary committee processing the Protection of Information Bill has finalised its work and adopted the final report.
The ANC has indicated that it has gone as far as it could to accommodate input into and in amending the Protection of State Information Bill.
The National Council of Provinces hopes for agreement among parties when it produces its final draft of the Protection of State Information Bill.
Some political observers are cynical about the role of Parliament in general, and in particular when it comes to the National Council of Provinces.
At the third day of public hearings on the secrecy Bill, Cosatu's Zwelinzima Vavi has warned the Bill would change South Africa into a security state.
The need and usefulness of the provinces has been debated endlessly without reaching a conclusion.
The Right2Know Campaign (R2K) and the South African National Editors' Forum (Sanef)'s submissions to the National Council of Provinces.
Service delivery woes took prevalence in Mamelodi at a public hearing on the Protection of State Information Bill, as residents became side-tracked.
South Africans can participate in the fight for freedom of expresson at the Constitutional Conference.
A biased report on the secrecy Bill hearings from Parliament's press office has sparked doubts over the service's ability to remain impartial.