WATCH LIVE: Ad hoc committee on the funding of political parties reports to parly

The committee was established to look into and make representations on how political parties should be funded, and what disclosures they should make.

READ MORE: What the historic party funding Bill means for SA politics

In September last year, the Western Cape High Court ruled that Parliament must amend the Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA) so that political parties will be compelled to disclose the source of their private funding.

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