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Who is Jackson Mthembu?

He has been arrested for drunk driving, survived a shooting and has been described by opposition as a man with a "chequered past".

Jackson Mthembu appointed as new ANC chief whip

The ruling party's Jackson Mthembu has been appointed as chief whip to replace Stone Sizani.

Stone Sizani responds to M&G story

Listen: Outgoing ANC chief whip Stone Sizani talks to Power FM about suggestions that he has performed a somersault on the "pay back the money" saga.

‘Sizani felt betrayed by Zuma’

Opposition parties have claimed that ANC chief whip Stone Sizani resigned because he could no longer "defend the indefensible in Parliament"

Stone Sizani: We always wanted Zuma to pay back the money

The outgoing chief whip has performed a somersault on the "pay back the money" saga, saying he distanced the ANC from the police minister's report.

Editorial: Collective amnesia in ANC top ranks

Airbrushing the party's recent political history isn't working so well if the one you defended throws you under the bus.

Sizani fraud case postponed again, Equal Education ‘concerned’

The fraud case of Nontuthuzela Sizani has been postponed a second time, after her defence team requested more time to review new documents.

ANC snuffs out DA’s bid to rekindle Nkandla debate

The ruling party has quashed a motion to discuss the president's private home, prompting the DA to invoke the prospect of judicial adjudication.

ANC to reassess rushed legislation

The ruling party has said it wants to "walk away" from rushing legislation that may be unconstitutional or exclusionary.

ANC chief whip defends Modise in farm controversy

Following criticism over the inhumane treatment of animals on her farm, the ANC's Stone Sizani has backed Thandi Modise and criticised the DA.

Madonsela has not sent Nkandla report to Parliament

The public protector has not sent a copy of the Nkandla report to the National Assembly because she has not requested Parliament to take action.

Assembly did follow disciplinary procedures

Luzuko Jacobs says Parliamentary processes and procedures are being followed to the letter and the M&G article on Stone Sizani is "incorrect".

Lax Assembly discipline irks chief whip Stone Sizani

Sizani has criticised the lack of decorum in Parliament, including attacks on the president.

Madonsela can take Nkandla report to Parliament, says Jeffery

Deputy Justice Minister John Jeffery says the public protector accounts to the National Assembly, where she must submit her Nkandla report.

ANC chief whip’s Madonsela remarks are ‘misleading and mischievous’

The public protector has been angered by ANC chief whip Stone Sizani's comments about Thuli Madonsela's probe into Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home.

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