DA Western Cape leader Bonginkosi Madikizela says newly elected Knysna Mayor Mark Willemse has one final chance to either resign Friday or face "strong action".
Political parties in Parliament are working against time to meet the deadline for public submissions to the Joint Constitutional Review Committee dealing with expropriation of land without compensation.
The DA has accused Gauteng Human Settlements MEC Uhuru Moiloa of failure to account for the half-a-billion rand spent on the Evaton Renewal Project.
Parliament's Joint Constitutional Review Committee Chair, Vincent Smith, has expressed satisfaction with the response of South Africans who made their written submissions to the Constitutional Review Committee
The lack of capacity of the North West Local Government and Human Settlements department is one of the major factors leading to poor performance of municipalities in the province.
Former President Kgalema Motlanthe says former Presidents should use their privileged access to sitting presidents to be champions for the marginalised youth.
Gillbert Mokotso has been elected as the new mayor of Maluti A Phofung Municipality in Qwaqwa.
Briefing by the SAPS on Contract Management and Procurement processes, and a presentation by the SAPS Ministerial Task Team on their report.
Briefing by the Inter-Ministerial Committee appointed by the President to intervene in North West Provincial Government.
The Freedom Front Plus will host a press conference at Parliament on land expropriation without compensation on Thursday.
The Nelson Mandela Bay has finally passed its 2018/19 budget, following four failed council meetings.
DA chief whip, John Steenhuisen, has made a submission to Parliament's Justice Committee of an inquiry into the Public Protector's fitness to hold office, should be instituted.
Six Gauteng schools have been implicated in fraud amounting to over R5 million.
KwaZulu-Natal Premier, Willies Mchunu says he is pleased that the Moerane Commission has finally been concluded.
Western Cape Premier, Helen Zille says her court review of Public Protector Busisiwe Mkwebane's finding that Zille violated the executive members' ethics code, could be a great test case for the defence of freedom of speech.
Democratic Alliance chief whip, John Steenhuisen, says he will provide evidence before Parliament's Justice committee on why the Public Protector should be removed from her position.
The fate of newly elected mayor of Knysna in the Southern Cape Mark Willemse is still uncertain.
The Johannesburg City Council has finally passed the 2018/2019 budget after failing to do so in the previous sittings.
For the third time running the Democratic Alliance (DA) led government in Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality has not been unable to pass its R12 million budget.
A planned visit by DA leader Mmusi Maimane and Tshwane Mayor, Solly Msimanga to a small business and job creation project in Ga-Rankuwa in Northern Pretoria has been disrupted by locals.
DA chief whip, John Steenhuisen, says the Public Protector has once again shown that she doesn't understand the Constitution.
Parliament has been considering how to process the policy of land expropriation since the dawn of South Africa's new democracy.
Opposition parties in the Nelson Mandela Bay metro council have vowed not to support the budget tabled by Executive Mayor, Athol Trollip, until all submissions are taken into consideration.
Limpopo Premier Stan Mathabatha will this morning hold two separate meetings with Sekgopo chief Kgosikgadi Mokgadi Sekgopo and protesting community members in the village outside in Tzaneen.
The city of Johannesburg says if the African National Congress fails to pay over 300-thousand rands in legal fees owed to the city by Friday, property at its headquarters will be attached.
The Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (Casac) has questioned the Public Protector's action in investigating Western Cape Premier Helen Zille's controversial tweet.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura says despite efforts by Emfuleni Mayor Jacob Khawe the financial challenges facing the municipality continue to deteriorate.
The office of Western Cape Premier Helen Zille says it will likely seek a judicial review on the findings made by Public Protector Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane about her colonialism tweets.
The ANC in the Western Cape has welcomed the Public Protector's finding against Premier Helen Zille's controversial tweets on colonialism.
Public Protector Busiswe Mkhwebane has found that Western Cape Premier Hellen Zille failed to act in good faith and in the best interest of good governance when she posted her colonialism tweet.