The African National Congress says that Deputy President David Mabuza has asked for a postponement of his swearing in as National Assembly member, after he was called to appear at the Integrity Committee for allegedly bringing the ruling party into disrepute.
The Day Mabuza Shocked the Nation, Releasing a Torrent of Questions Into the Political Wilderness With Precious Few Answers
Daily Maverick, 23 May 2019
Is David Mabuza's shock decision not to become a member of Parliament (and therefore cannot be Deputy President of South Africa) part of a longer, deeper game? And will this… Read more »
Deputy President Mabuza's Swearing in As MP Postponed
News24Wire, 22 May 2019
ANC deputy president David Mabuza's swearing in has been postponed. Read more »
South African Deputy President David Mabuza
Malusi Gigaba, Baleka Mbete Withdraw Names From ANC's Parliament List
News24Wire, 21 May 2019
Former National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete and controversial former minister Malusi Gigaba will not be joining the rest of the ANC's caucus when its members are sworn in as… Read more »
Baleka Mbete and Malusi Gigaba Drop Out Amid a Series of Meetings and Party-Political Caucuses
Daily Maverick, 22 May 2019
In Parliament, much centres on ceremony and official displays, including the media briefings by both the ANC and opposition DA after their first caucuses on Tuesday. The EFF was… Read more »
Ramaphosa's Cabinet - Who and What is Needed
The Conversation Africa, 21 May 2019
South Africans recently went to the polls in a national election which the African National Congress (ANC) won by a wide margin. The incumbent president Cyril Ramaphosa will… Read more »
Speculation is rife that President Cyril Ramaphosa, on making good on his promise to cut government expenditure, will reduce his national executive by as many as nine departments ... Read more »
One would have imagined that the government would have taken swift action to mop up the considerable reputational damage done to the ruling African National Congress and its Deputy ... Read more »
David Mabuza, the deputy president of the ruling African National Congress, has been named as the deputy president of South Africa. His choice by the party had raised eyebrows ... Read more »
David Mabuza faced questions from opposition parties at his first parliamentary question and answer session. During the session he refused to answer a question from official ... Read more »
Former National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete was criticised for not using her role to effectively hold former president Jacob Zuma to account, and Malusi Gigaba, Read more »
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