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IPID briefs MPs on Riah Phiyega charge

The IPID has revealed in Parliament that the suspended national police commissioner has been charged for allegedly obstructing the Farlam commission.

#ZumaMustFall dominates social media

Twitter and Facebook "went crazy" during the furore around the erection and subsequent removal of the Zuma Must Fall banner in Cape Town.

UWC caught between a rock and a hard place

With students and university management placing the blame for continued protests on each other, the two parties have reached a standoff.

Maimane, DA MPs must be punished for not declaring donations – ANC

The DA claims that it was just an oversight, but the ANC has rubbished this.

Crime stats: Gauteng has highest murder rate increase

With over 3 600 people killed in a year in the province, Gauteng experienced a higher increase than anywhere else in SA.

Crime stats: Murder and burglary on the rise

South Africans are scared. They are afraid of being murdered, sexually assaulted, burglarised and attacked in their homes – possibly with good reason.

Ntlemeza confirmed as new Hawks head

Major General Mthandazo Ntlemeza has been named as the permanent head of the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation.

DA goes to court over Nkandla

The DA hopes to get Police Minister Nathi Nhleko's report on Nkandla set aside by the courts and for the public protector's findings to be enforced.

Nkandla: Zuma’s off the hook, for now

President Jacob Zuma has once again been absolved of any wrongdoing in the security upgrades to his Nkandla homestead by the ad hoc committee.

DA threatens court action against Parliament

The Democratic Alliance has threatened to take Parliament to court after their bid for a debate on a motion of impeachment against Zuma failed.

Committee will resolve visa issues, says Ramaphosa

Cyril Ramaphosa will head the inter-ministerial committee set up to deal with the upheaval new visa regulations have caused in the tourism industry.

Muthambi insists digital migration on track

Communications Minister Faith Muthambi told Parliament that the successful migration away from analogue broadcasting could soon be a reality.

Nkandla committee adopts report

After hours of deliberations and disagreements over findings, the Nkandla ad hoc committee adopted its report on Thursday night.

Malema wants Zuma to answer for Nkandla in court

Julius Malema ended another rowdy day in Parliament saying it was clear "we will never get an answer" and that he'd see Jacob Zuma "in court".

Fransman branded a bully in faction-riven Western Cape

ANC PEC members suspect Marius Fransman of working to collapse the leadership and using disciplinary processes against members who disagree with him.

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