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Hlaudi Judgement vindicates the DA’s views on the powers of the Public Protector

The Democratic Alliance welcomes today’s judgment of the Western Cape High Court which ordered the suspension of Hlaudi Motsoeneng pending disciplinary action against him. This mirrors the steps ordered by the Public Protector as remedial action in her Report “When Governance and Ethics Fail”, a report on allegations of maladministration and the irregular appointment of…

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E-visa study a victory for tourism in SA

Today during the portfolio committee on tourism the DG of the Department, Kingsley Makhubela, announced that the department was currently carrying out a study on e-visas and would soon inform the Department of Home Affairs on the outcomes.   The DA has been consistently calling for an e-visa system to facilitate easier access for tourists…

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‘Congratulations’ to Commissioner Phiyega on four medals for ‘outstanding service’

The DA hereby congratulates the National Police Commissioner, Riah Phiyega, for the four medals she has received for her excellent contribution to the police.   The DA received a reply to a parliamentary question revealing that Commissioner Phiyega received 4 medals from former Police Minister, Nathi Mthethwa.   These medals included: A SAPS 10-year Commemoration Award. The…

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Motsoeneng suspension a good day for democracy

The DA is delighted with the judgment handed down today in the Western Cape High Court which suspends SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng and orders the SABC Board to commence with disciplinary proceedings against him. The judgment is a resounding victory for every person who values our constitutional democracy and independent public broadcasting. The suspension of…

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Why is the Energy department meeting with Russian nuclear scientists?

The Minister of Energy, Tina Joemat-Petersson, must urgently provide details on the secret meeting her department is currently having with Russian nuclear scientists in the Drakensberg. Press reports this morning confirm that the Department of Energy is currently meeting with a large number of Rosatom nuclear scientists in secret at a luxury resort hotel in…

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DA calls on Minister Sisulu to come clean on Tongaat Mall funding

The DA will today write to the Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Human Settlements, Nocawe Mafu, requesting that she summon the Minister of Human Settlements, Lindiwe Sisulu, to Parliament to account for the department’s involvement in partially funding the Tongaat Mall in Durban. Reports revealed yesterday that Minister Sisulu confirmed that her department had…

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