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ANC Parliamentary Study Group on Basic Education condemns DA's attempt to tarnish Umalusi credibility
The ANC Parliamentary Study Group on Basic Education regrets that an attempt to cast aspersions on the process of standardization by a DA MP of the Committee happened two days before the announcement of the 2016 Matric results.
Resignation of the last SABC board member
The Office of the ANC Chief Whip in Parliament welcomes the resignation of the remaining non-executive member and chairman of the SABC Board, Prof. Mbulaheni Maguvhe. While we regret that Prof Maguvhe's conscience took excruciatingly longer to speak to him, thereby causing further damage to the corporation's governance and frustrating Parliamentary intervention, we are confident that his exit will speed up the process of addressing leadership crisis at SABC.
Court finds EFF leader's remarks against Deputy President were un-parliamentary
The Office of the ANC Chief Whip welcomes the judgement of the Western Cape High Court dismissing EFF leader Julius Malema's application to overturn his removal from the House on September 2015 due to his un-parliamentary remarks.
2016 Year End statement of the ANC Parliamentary Caucus
The Office of the ANC Chief Whip extends its well wishes to Members of Parliament as they wrap up their parliamentary work for the year 2016.
Stunt by SABC delegation at Parliament Disgusting
The Office of the ANC Chief Whip is gravely dismayed and shocked by the disrespectful and contemptuous conduct of SABC representatives today during the meeting of the parliamentary ad hoc committee probing the SABC Board's fitness to hold office.
Alexandria ANC PCO donates rugby kit to school
The Parliamentary Constituency Office of the ANC in Alexandria has donated a rugby kit to Ukhanyo High School on Thursday 31st May 2012 at the school premises. The kit was presented by Brian Maloni who administers the activities of the Alexandria PCO.
Madiba fought for the liberation of all races
Mandela understood that racism and racially discriminatory practices degraded and dehumanised both the oppressed and the oppressors. Thus our national liberation struggle was waged for the liberation of all South Africans, both black and white. The struggle was not against white people. It was against the apartheid system.