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Tantamount to Treason Flouting the Constitution is Tantamount to Treason
The principle of political leaders being accountable to the citizenry is a key fundamental of democracy and is central to the values that underpin our Constitution, writes, legal
20 Feb 2019
POLITICS Will the real opposition please stand up?
Has the EFF stolen the DA’s thunder in Parliament, even to the point where it is increasingly being seen as the ‘real’ opposition? We asked a few political
30 Sep 2014
WOMEN Women grossly under-represented in international politics
Strategies to increase women’s participation in politics have been advanced through conventions, protocols and international agreements for gender mainstreaming, but they
21 Jul 2014 - F. M.
STATE OF THE NATION SONA will cost R2 million less
This year’s State of the Nation Address (SONA) will cost R2 million less than it did in the previous year, Parliament’s presiding officers announced on today.
11 Feb 2014
Racial politics The end of non-racialism in South Africa?
In his recent address to the Cape Town Press Club, Hlumelo Biko pointed to the increasing tendency within the ANC to "objectivise" to "other" and to "border" non-black communities – and particularly whites.
11 Mar 2013 - D. S.
Politics are moving fast towards election mode What is said between now and 2014 is all aimed at the national election outcome
The next general election in South Africa is still over thirteen months away but the country is already fast moving into election mode.
04 Feb 2013 - P. C.
Arms deal Seriti commission another cover-up?
South Africans might have to make their peace with the fact that the full truth about the 1999 Strategic Defence Procurement Package (SDPP), generally called the 'arms deal', may never be known.
01 Feb 2013 - P. C.
Parliament Expect a stormy year
Various parliamentary committees return to work on 29 January for deliberations on the legislative programme.
15 Jan 2013 - S. T.
Protection of State Information Bill blow to corruption fight in SA Controversial at State level but whistleblowers are still protected in the workplace
The passing of the controversial Protection of State Information Bill by the National Council of Provinces late last Thursday (29 November 2012) dealt a heavy blow to the corruption fight in South Africa
04 Dec 2012 - P. V. R.
Medium term budget Gordhan’s toughest assignment yet
When Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan tables his medium term budget policy statement (MTBPS) in parliament tomorrow, he will do so in a quagmire of domestic and global economic uncertainty.
23 Oct 2012 - P. C.


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