January 16, 2019

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) told Parliament that the average time it takes to resolve an investigation into government graft is three to four years.

Transnet officials came under fire at a meeting of the parliamentary Trade and Industry Committee, facing a barrage of questions about its links to the Gupta-linked Tequesta Group.

The Minister of Health this week responded to the SA Human Rights Committee’s damning investigation into the treatment of cancer patients in KwaZulu-Natal.

The Hawks made a presentation to the Mineral Resources Committee on illegal mining as a national risk, except that it came across as a much-needed job creation strategy.

It was anything but smooth sailing for the Marine Spatial Planning Bill on Wednesday when members of Parliament consulted the fishing community of Saldanha. The Committee got a thorough grilling.

Parliament’s Standing Committee on Appropriations was briefed by PRASA on Wednesday about the extent of vandalism and violence on public trains and how this affects its service.

The amount of money illegally leaving the country and draining the fiscus was described as “staggering” at a joint parliamentary committee meeting yesterday said Committee Chair Yunus Carrim.

SAPS’ second attempt to present a strategy to the Portfolio Committee on Police on how it aims to tackle  gangsterism seemed to deliver even less than the first.

Cooperative Banks encourage saving, provide low-interest loans and meet the needs of our struggling small business sector. So why are there only two registered in the whole of South Africa?

Resolutions from the Traditional and Indigenous Leadership Indaba heard by the Committee of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs last week demonstrated few new ideas, but loads of chutzpah.

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