4th Parliament Legacy Report 2009-2014
The 4th democratic Parliament was established shortly after the April 2009 elections and builds on the foundation of the preceding three democratic Parliaments. Download.
The report broadly covers the delivery outputs of Parliament in pursuit of its goal to provide adequate support services for Members of Parliament to fulfil its constitutional functions.
InSession is a monthly publication highlighting the latest happenings in Parliament ...
INTRODUCTION OF A NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGEAgreement on the Introduction of a National Minimum Wage
Report of the Portfolio Committee on Labour on the Workshops and Public Hearings Held on the National Minimum Wage, Dated 8 March 2017
Declaration on Wage Inequality and Labour Market Stability
Engagement on the National Minimum Wage
FIVE YEAR EXPENDITURE REVIEW OF NATIONAL DEPARTMENTS 2006/07 – 2010/11
AUDIT OF STATUTES 2010 (3rd Edition)
REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT PANEL ASSESSMENT OF PARLIAMENT
REVIEWING THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS IN PARLIAMENT
PARLIAMENT'S POLICY ON POLITICAL PARTY ALLOWANCES
STRATEGIC PLAN OF PARLIAMENT
BUDGET ANALYSIS MANUAL
PROMOTING CHILDREN'S RIGHTS IN SOUTH AFRICA : A HANDBOOK FOR MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT
The Constitution is a law agreed by the people's representatives that sets out how the state will be constituted and run, our rights and responsibilities as citizens and the creation of particular institutions to support and safeguard our democracy. Click here to access the Constitution.
POLICY ON MEDIA RELATIONS MANAGEMENT
Report of the ad hoc Committee on the Review of Chapter 9 and Associated Institutions
This report on the Review of Chapter 9 and Associated Institutions documents the first ever parliamentary review of a set of institutions.
A People's Government, the People's Voice
A Review of Public Participation in the Law and Policy-Making Process in South Africa ...
Guide to Tabling Papers in Parliament
This guide was compiled by the office of Clerk of the Papers to provide departments with information and guidelines on the tabling of papers in Parliament. This guide is not meant to be a comprehensive study on tabling and as such departments are advised to consult legislation relevant to their administration
Manual on Promotion of Access to Information
The purpose of the manual is to inform members of the public about the functions of Parliament, information that can be obtained and services available from Parliament.