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After 10 years of DA government, what does South Africa look like?

What has the DA national government achieved and how has it changed all South Africans lives for the better?

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Nkandla: ANC playing judge, jury and executioner

The ANC has again shown that it’s in support of the looting of R246 million of taxpayers’ money. This support has gone as far as shutting down all processes that will aid the Nkandla Ad Hoc Committee and South Africa by closing the door on calling key witnesses, like the Public Protector, before the Committee….

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Labour Minister reappointed a R1 million fraudster as her special advisor

It has emerged that the Minister of Labour, Mildred Oliphant, reappointed former Nedlec Execuitve Director Herbert Mkhize as her special advisor a year and a half after she was made aware of an independent forensic report finding him guilty of defrauding Nedlac to the value of more than R1 million. A Nedlac Audit Committee-initiated independent…

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Telecomms department loses 3rd DDG in five months

The Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services (DTPS) has lost its third Deputy Director General (DDG) in five months. DDG for Administration Sam Vilakazi resigned this week, for reasons unknown. Earlier this month the DDG for ICT Policy and Strategy, Themba Phiri, was fired after he was persuaded by DTPS Minister Dr Siyabonga Cwele to…

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Minister Motshekga owes Parliament a report on EC teacher vacancy crisis

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has known, for years, about the unacceptably high teacher vacancy rates in the northern areas of Port Elizabeth and the Eastern Cape. Yet she has not dealt with the problem. The situation has now reached crisis proportions, with violent protest actions taking place following the closure of 33 schools in…

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South African prisons need signal jamming devices more than ever

A reply to a DA parliamentary question from the Minister of Correctional Services, Mike Masutha, reveals that the department is losing the battle against crime in prisons after it reported the confiscation of 98 413 illegal communication devices from inside prisons in the past five years. The use of illegal communications devices in prisons makes detention facilities…

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Get well soon Archbishop Tutu

The DA is saddened by news that beloved South African anti-apartheid activist and humanitarian, Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu was re-admitted to hospital yesterday. Desmond Tutu was discharged last Tuesday following a week of treatment for a recurring infection. We pray and hope he fully recovers soon. We know he is in the thoughts and prayers…

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