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Parliament in wage-advance probe

A CCMA hearing may shed light on a claim that interest-free loans are "common practice" in Parliament, writes Glynnis Underhill.

Parliament secretary sacked for lying

The saga surrounding a R18 6000 salary advance to secretary to Parliament Zingile Dingani, has proved a pricey lesson, according to the opposition.

Parliament advised to sack secretary for misconduct

A disciplinary panel has recommended secretary to Parliament Zingile Dingani be fired with immediate effect, after being found guilty of misconduct.

Sacked parliamentary boss vows to clear his name

Last week, Parliament announced that it had dismissed Leslie Mondo with immediate effect following an internal disciplinary process.

Parties pleased with Parliament CFO sacking

Political parties have welcomed the sacking of Parliament's chief financial officer Leslie Mondo after being found guilty on of misconduct.

Zingile Dingani’s wall of deceit

The auditor general has called for the disciplining of Parliament secretary Zingile Dingani for breaking rules to gain access to funds.

Parly secretary confirms using funds for home

Parliamentary secretary Zingile Dingani spent R186 000 in parliamentary funds on building a boundary wall at his home in Cape Town's Panorama suburb.

‘Absurd’ Parliament policy news to us, say media

Media organisations say they had not known about a policy forcing journalists to request interviews with MPs through Parliament's media office.

Parliament starts action against its secretary

It has been announced that disciplinary proceedings are being instituted against the secretary to Parliament, Zingile Dingani.

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