POLITICAL WEEK AHEAD: A busy week for MPs before the December recess

POLITICAL WEEK AHEAD: A busy week for MPs before the December recess

2021-11-29 12:20:00 AM

POLITICAL WEEK AHEAD: A busy week for MPs before the December recess

The department of defence will present the findings of a task team into the procurement of an unregistered drug from Cuba

Linda EnsorThe new mayors elected last week are expected to announce the members of their mayoral committees this week. The executive in hung municipalities will probably consist of people from a mix of parties, especially in places where the majority party (the ANC or DA) had to make deals with smaller parties to gain the mayoral seat.

Parliament will move towards the finalisation of its business before MPs head home in 10 days for the December/January recess...BPremiumThis article is reserved for our subscribers.A subscription helps you enjoy the best of our business content every day along with benefits such as articles from our international business news partners; ProfileData financial data; and digital access to the Sunday Times and Sunday Times Daily.

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Inquiry into Parliament's performance may embarrass all. May we not be affluent until the last poor person is comfortable.

ECONOMIC WEEK AHEAD: Third quarter labour force survey and Absa PMI to take centre stageLabour force survey to be released amid new Covid-19 variant, which has a potential to undermine SA’s economic recovery and jobs prospects

WATCH: The week in perspectiveMichael Avery speaks to Warwick Lucas, Raymond Parsons and Isaah Mhlanga, about the week’s happenings

PHOTOGRAPHY : Our World in Pictures: Week 47 of 2021Here is an incomplete, yet surprising and moving gallery of images of this week’s events around the world.

Flights to the UK to resume next week: DircoDirco spokesperson Clayson Monyela says the UK High Commission has confirmed that British Airways will resume direct flights to South Africa from Tuesday HAVE YALL LOST YOUR MINDS? Haw? Australia next pls

Mampara of the week: Fikile MbalulaFikile Mbalula had one task: come up with a campaign to get ANC supporters out to vote on November 1. Mampara of the Year...🏆 Instead he was busy with Sasco boys 😂😂😂 But you guys said Ramaphosa was more popular than ANC. How did this become about Mbalula?

Australia No 8 Valetini gets three-week ban for Beard tackleAppearing before a virtual disciplinary committee, the Brumbies forward admitted that he had committed an act of foul play worthy of a red card. ,,,,