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Phiyega must resign – Friedman

Political analyst Steven Friedman says Riah Phiyega should quit and political parties welcome the findings and recommendations of the Marikana report.

Malema, Shivambu thrown out of Parliament – again

The two EFF leaders have been thrown out of Parliament for a second time after calling Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa a murderer.

EFF halts Parliamentary proceedings

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.

‘We are going to shut down business’ – Malema

Julius Malema has threatened mass protest following the Gauteng Legislature's decision to bar EFF's members from wearing their red uniforms.

SA’s ‘sad story of housing’ – Lindiwe Sisulu

The housing delivery rate fell by 25% in the past five years and the backlog stands at 2.3-million, said Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu.

Malema: EFF the rules of Parliament

The EFF are in Parliament to pursue a revolution, not rules, Julius Malema said on Friday, as his party staged a protest outside the legislature.

Seven ANC MPs nominated for Nkandla committee

The ANC has nominated seven MPs to Parliament for a committee to consider President Jacob Zuma's submissions on the public protector's Nkandla report.

Khayelitsha commission shown ‘field of death’

The Khayelitsha commission of inquiry has continued its in loco inspections, with walks to several crime hotspots in the community.

Western Cape ANC still sleeping on nominations

Despite claims of being sidelined by pro-Motlanthe supporters, ANC Western Cape branches are yet to announce who they want as party president.

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