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President Zuma laments ‘abuse’ he faces from MPs in the National Assembly

The president says members of Parliament should tell him if they are not interested in listening to his responses to questions.

Nathi Nhleko must resign over McBride Constitutional Court ruling, says DA

DA's Zakhele Mbhele believes the court's judgment reaffirms that the police minister is not fit to hold the position.

‘They do not make a noise at all’: Ramaphosa punts new government condoms to MPs

The deputy president drew giggles from MPs as he urged National Assembly members to help themselves to government's new flavoured condoms.

The ANC says disciplinary procedures against Marius Fransman must be expedited

Not only that, the party now wants Fransman suspended pending the outcome of the disciplinary process.

EFF’s Fana Mokoena calls out Pretoria Girls High for ‘suppressing blackness’

The party's acting national spokesperson, Fana Mokoena, says a 'white minority culture' is dictating how black people should behave.

SSA: Kevin Malunga does not have the required security clearance to replace Madonsela

Deputy Public Protector Kevin Malunga does not have the required security clearance to get his boss’s job, a parliamentary committee has heard.

Public protector hopeful grilled over Mumbai rape allegations

Judge Serajudien Desai described his life as a 'colourful' one as he did his best to deflect tough interview questions.

ANC ward councillor candidate shot dead in Nelson Mandela Bay after campaigning

The African National Congress said it was shocked after a ward councillor candidate was shot and killed in Nelson Mandela Bay on Tuesday.

English given equal status at Stellenbosch, made primary language of instruction at University of Pretoria

Stellenbosch has also committed to growing isiXhosa in effort to 'facilitate social cohesion and promote inclusivity'.

Clowns, Star Wars and nursery rhymes dominate Sona debate

Both ANC and opposition MPs happily drew on fantasy and storytelling to insult one another in the first day of the State of the Nation debate.

Nkandla Concourt case about more than money for EFF, DA

The opposition parties believe their court action serves a greater purpose than merely forcing President Zuma to #PayBackTheMoney.

Maimane on Zuma’s Nkandla offer: We will not settle

The Democratic Alliance wants the powers of the public protector to be recognised and will thus not settle out of court, says Mmusi Maimane.

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