A protest against farm murders and gender-based violence outside Parliament turned ugly when law enforcement arrived on the scene.
Things we’ve learnt from Parliament this week – the liquor store is probably not the best place from which to attend virtual meetings.
It looks like South Africa isn’t the only country where politicians start hitting each other whenever they disagree.
The EFF enjoyed some ‘Parliament Fight Club’ practice during a meeting of the Special Council in Tshwane yesterday.
Banksy’s painting, ‘Devolved Parliament’, sold for even more than his last work to go to auction, ‘Girl with Balloon’.
Yesterday, Julius Malema addressed the National Assembly, and proceedings once again descended into a shoving match. Seems Juju doesn’t like those VBS chirps.
The photographer who used a drone to capture the image that cuts to the core of the protests against gender-based violence could be in a lot of trouble.
An induction session at the Old Assembly in Parliament turned ugly when the ANC and EFF clashed.
The Minister of Public Works, Thulas Nxesi, recently outlined the plan to relocate Parliament from Cape Town to Pretoria.
The daughter of Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, is working in the European Parliament. Some countries are a little worried about a security breach.
As the State of the Nation fast approaches, it’s time to start planning alternative routes in and out of town. Here’s everything you need to know.
The DA’s Chief Whip and the EFF have been feuding all week on social media, and yesterday they came face to face in Parliament.
Parliament descended into chaos again yesterday, as fights broke out between members of the EFF, Agang and the DA.
British defence secretary Gavin Williamson was left red-faced after his own iPhone took a jab at him in the middle of a speech.
There’s an art to being a good bartender, and skilled mixologists will tell you they earn every penny. If you work for Parliament, that’s quite a few pennies.
All members of parliament are required to make annual declarations of gifts they receive with a value in excess of R500, and some are rather interesting.
Our Parliamentary sittings are known to venture into the theatrical, and yesterday was no exception. Here’s Ian Ollis bowing out with a bang.
Bad choices were made when DA’s John Steenhuisen kept on interrupting Cyril Ramaphosa while he was talking in Parliament. The president lost his cool.
You would think that Malusi Gigaba would be on his best behaviour now that JZ has left the building, but his actions yesterday in Parliament show otherwise.
From Newlands to Cape Town’s CBD, a whole list of roads will be closed on Friday in preparation for tonight’s State of the Nation Address at Parliament.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen a decent brawl in our Parliament, which would have been rectified if SONA hadn’t been pushed back. Over in Ireland, though.
Over in Australia they have been fiercely debating the legalisation of same-sex marriage, and to make a point one member of Parliament did something historic.
Sometimes Parliament’s weapon of choice is the hard hat, and sometimes it’s a bloke who seems a little sozzled flipping the bird. This story is about the latter.
You might not be familiar with DA member Natasha Mazzone, but yesterday she delivered a scathing attack on all those complicit in our State Capture.
Things reached boiling point over in Uganda earlier this week, with Parliament descending into chaos. I feel like we’ve seen this somewhere before.
Theresa May will probably never make an appearance in a movie by choice, but this genius video gives her the role of a life time. Bravo!
An Australian woman has become the first in the world to put forward a motion while breastfeeding her babe. As you can imagine, reactions were mixed.
After yesterday’s important ConCourt ruling, JZ seemed rather irate during his Q&A session in Parliament. Here are his best moments.
We’re blessed with 11 official languages down this neck of the woods, so the task of decoding what is said in Parliament is a rather tricky one.