POLITICAL WEEK AHEAD: Lockdown rules could be clarified this week

Basic education minister Angie Motshekga could make an announcement on calls to close schools

GENEVIEVE QUINTAL: Broken promises and lame ducks take the shine off Ramaphosa

There has been no follow-through on ministerial salary cuts and performance agreements are nowhere to be seen

POLITICAL WEEK AHEAD: Vote on SAA rescue plan expected

Public enterprises department has until Wednesday to come up with the money if proposal is accepted on Tuesday

POLITICAL WEEK AHEAD: Eyes will be on Joburg’s failure to adopt its budget

More pupils to return amid concerns about the ability of schools to maintain social distancing and hygiene

ANC reinstates Limpopo officials implicated in VBS saga

Secretary-general ACE Magashule says the party will explain the rationale behind the decision

NEWS ANALYSIS: Mogoeng Mogoeng owes it to the judiciary to avoid political comments

Chief justice must consider the wider consequences of his utterances for the credibility of the courts

POLITICAL WEEK AHEAD: State capture inquiry to resume after nearly three-month lockdown

Probe to hear evidence relating to allegations of corruption at the Passenger Rail Agency of SA

Helen Zille creates a new race furore that rocks the DA

Her tweet about SA’s racist laws is repudiated by her own party as well as the FF Plus

POLITICAL WEEK AHEAD: Clarity on further easing of lockdown expected

Finance minister Tito Mboweni’s supplementary budget will top the agenda in parliament this week

WATCH: What the apex court says about independents in elections

Lawson Naidoo from the Council for the Advancement of the SA Constitution talks to Business Day TV

DA to push ahead with electing Tshwane mayor on Friday

But the ANC says it will continue running the city until the appeal process is finalised

GARETH VAN ONSELEN: The ANC’s culture of excessive force

Of kill shots, chemical castration, piss-taking and other forms of ‘progressive’ SA policing

POLITICAL WEEK AHEAD: Lockdown levels and cigarette ban in the spotlight

The government is expected to apply for leave to appeal against the ruling declaring levels 3 and 4 unconstitutional

WATCH: The politics behind lockdown

Political analyst Daniel Silke talks to Business Day TV about the restrictions South Africans are living under

POLITICAL WEEK AHEAD: SA heads into level 3 — with some sticking points

The opening of some of the economy, while the ban on tobacco products remains in place has elicited much debate

ANC looks to fund R350bn infrastructure programme from multilateral lenders

SA may need about R1.7-trillion to recover and will push for ‘massive infrastructure spending within labour-intensive sectors’

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