Four top public servants do not have the required police security clearance and at least one of them is not qualified for the position she holds.
Elements of judgments in Sanral and 'spy tapes' cases do not accord with principle of open justice.
Julius Malema and his fellow MPs made good on their threat to block all motions in the House on Wednesday, causing proceedings to be suspended.
The oversight committee on communication said SABC chairperson Ellen Tshabalala failed to provide proof of her qualifications to the committee.
The Bill that seeks to legalise marijuana for the treatment of cancer is being tabled in Parliament again following the death of Mario Ambrosini.
Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant has called on domestic workers to voice their views on pending changes to two Acts that will give them more rights.
Speaker Baleka Mbete and National Council of Provinces chair Thandi Modise are ushering the party faithful into their 'impartial' offices.
Gwede Mantashe's dream of moving Parliament to ANC country takes an unexpected turn. The circus is in town but no one's watching.
Baleka Mbete said she is aware of her responsibility to impartiality, despite controversy around handling of the recent EFF fracas in Parliament.
As Baleka Mbete passed the EFF's suspension case on to a committee to handle, the party says it will continue to demand answers on the Nkandla matter.
Zuma is obliged to answer Malema's questions; instead, security in the house is being ramped up.
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme can't carry the burden alone, so the portfolio committee on higher education wants business to pitch in.
The controversial practice of powerful politicians and their families doing business with the state is likely to come to an end soon.
The presidency's budget will look at ensuring competent public services, better communication with the public and increased planning and monitoring.
In his Letter to Parliament, Moloto Mothapo explains some of the basic workings to new members.
Letter from Parliament: EFF MP Andile Mngxitima believes that actually, the struggle against power is the struggle to return meaning to words.