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The Democratic Alliance is consulting its legal team on possible action against ANC chief-whip Stone Sizani, MP Dianne Kohler Barnard said on Thursday. Kohler Barnard was on Wednesday cleared of breaching confidentiality related to misconduct

Democratic Alliance MP Dianne Kohler Barnard has been cleared of “breaching confidentiality” related to misconduct hearings against former communications minister Dina Pule. Parliament’s ethics committee confirmed this on Thursday after weighing claims that Kohler Barnard had posted

The ANC has called for DA MP Dianne Kohler Barnard’s removal from parliament’s ethics committee. She had “violated her oath to confidentiality” during a recent hearing by parliament’s ethics committee into former communications minister Dina Pule, the office of ANC chief whip Stone Sizani claimed

Former communications minister Dina Pule faces two investigations into her conduct and allegations of nepotism and corruption and, despite having been relieved of her position on Tuesday by president Jacob Zuma, both investigations appear set to proceed

Parliament’s joint committee on ethics and members’ interests is expected to present the findings of its investigation into allegations of corruption against communications minister Dina Pule at the next full sitting of the national assembly, which takes place on 20 August. Pule appeared before

The department of communications is “outraged” by a press ombudsman ruling that cleared the Sunday Times of violations of the South African press code and will appeal the decision, communications minister Dina Pule’s spin doctor, Wisani Ngobeni, said on Monday. On Saturday, press ombudsman

The Press Council has said it is unable to consider a complaint by communications minister Dina Pula’s spokesman, former journalist Wisani Ngobeni, against Sunday Times editor Phylicia Oppelt. Its reasons are intriguing, and worth closer scrutiny, particularly when one keeps in mind the claim that the self-regulatory

The department of communications, which recently appointed a new spin doctor in the form of Wisani Ngobeni to manage the growing fall-out over allegations of nepotism and corruption against its minister, Dina Pule, has again gone on the attack against the Sunday Times. At the weekend, Ngobeni