National Planning Minister Trevor Manuel has told MPs to value the Constitution in his farewell speech to Parliament.
Members of Parliament bid Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe farewell as he announced his retirement from government.
A programme has given the clearest indication that Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe and Planning Minister Trevor Manuel won't return to Parliament.
Parliament has adopted a new rule that makes it duty-bound to ensure a debate of no confidence in the president is given due priority.
MPs have been knocking President Jacob Zuma's liberal use of the phrase "a good story" during the recent Parliamentary debates.
We round up the top quotes from the State of the Nation debate as politicians traded insults ahead of President Jacob Zuma's response.
The DA's parliamentary leader says the public works minister should be investigated for "misleading" Parliament on his task team's Nkandla report.
The state of SA aside, take a peek at who wore what on the red carpet at the State of the Nation address. Hint: Malusi Gigaba rocked it.
The ANC has pushed a number of high-profile amendments to a number of laws ahead of the upcoming elections.
An analysis of Zimbabwe's former parliament shows that participation in both former houses was poor with 25% of MPs not uttering a word at all.
Parliament is considering clamping down on lenders charging illegal rates.
Parliament has expressed shock and sadness at the death of Ben Skosana, who had been an MP since 1994.
Members of Parliament and other senior politicians paid tribute to former president Nelson Mandela in a sombre sitting of Parliament.
Members of the public may attend a special joint sitting of Parliament at 2pm on Monday to commemorate former president Nelson Mandela.
Luzuko Jacobs says Parliamentary processes and procedures are being followed to the letter and the M&G article on Stone Sizani is "incorrect".
SA's mining and oil laws need more research and refinement before they are adopted and will probably only be amended next year, says Parliament.
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.
More than 50 MPs and at least one Cabinet minister have missed the deadline to disclose their business interests to Parliament.
Recent amendments will hamper growth and without growth, transformation is a nonstarter, Coenraad Bezuidenhout says.