The president's new dawn promised a clean sweep. Results have been as mixed as that metaphor.
Cabinet has approved a bill which will remove the statute of limitations on prosecuting sexual assault.
Treasury and the auditor-general have told MPs that the department's massive irregular spending is the reason it is in dire straits financially.
Cabinet says a task team headed by Nhlanhla Nene will consider options.
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Des van Rooyen says this will allow more finances to be released for drought relief, nationally.
We need to ensure that everyone understands their role in saving water, says Minister of Water and Sanitation Nomvula Mokonyane.
"It is not about blame shifting," says department of water and sanitation over DA accusations that it failed to fulfil its mandate.
"The department has no money. Bankrupt. Worst audit outcome in the country -- billions on unauthorised, fruitless and wasteful expenditure."
"The above allegations are false and an attempt to create divisions in the ANC," said Mokonyane.