Parliament has rubbished claims by the DA that #SONA2017 cost taxpayers R11 million, saying the final figure is closer to R4 million.
Parliament rejected "misleading allegations" that the institution spent over R11 million staging President Jacob Zuma's SONA address.
The DA said parliamentary replies have revealed that the cost of this year's State of the Nation Address has reached an astonishing R11 million.
President Jacob Zuma has defended his radical economic transformation policy and said that it was ironic that the DA is talking about land reform.
President Zuma has backed the probe into currency manipulation by major banks, but says fines were not enough to punish the guilty parties.
President Zuma said calls from MPs to abandon economic empowerment policies were proof that they wanted to protect the interests of a white minority.
President Jacob Zuma said the conduct of some MPs during last week's State of the Nation Address had left millions of South Africans traumatised.
President Jacob Zuma returns to the National Assembly to table his reply to the debate on the State of the Nation Address.
The DA said it didn't hear the 'straat meit' insult that was directed at one of its MPs, Phumzile van Damme but would write ...
Defence Minister Nosiviwi Mapisa-Nqakula told Parliament that armed soldiers in the parliamentary precinct for the SONA did not see MPs as a threat.
Postbank needed to cross one more hurdle before it started offering transactional services, Minister Siyabonga Cwele told Parliament.
Christopher Malikane says the ANC does not currently possess the political organisation and unity needed to effect radical economic transformation.
Ministers have vehemently denied that President Jacob Zuma was afraid of the EFF and insisted that the ANC was merely pushing the Freedom Charter.
Former Transkei chief Bantu Holomisa told MPs at the SONA debate that he wants provinces scrapped because they are "glorified homelands".
Mmusi Maimane slammed President Zuma for laughing after EFF MPs were ejected from Parliament, saying "It was the laugh of the enemy of the people."