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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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Debt owed to municipalities increases to R100 billion

In yesterday’s Standing Committee on Appropriations, the Director-General of the Department of Planning, Performance, Monitoring and Evaluation, Dr Tsakani Ngomane, revealed that the total debt owed to municipalities is currently at R100 billion, much of which is considered to be irrecoverable. This debt owed to municipalities by government, businesses and households is on a constant…

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DA wins Tukkies SRC Presidency

The Democratic Alliance is thrilled to note the election of DA Students’ Organisation candidate Kwena Moloto to the Presidency of the University of Pretoria SRC. The DA welcomes this affirmation from the Tukkies student body of the DA’s proposition for better student governance. This comes after DASO equally swept to victory at the University of…

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President Zuma and Cabinet deliberately resolved to break the law

The motion before this House seeks to set in process the removal of President Zuma from office on the grounds that he has committed a serious violation of the Constitution or the law. That is, in part, the wording of section 89 of our Constitution. This House is not being asked whether we like President…

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A broken man who broke the law to protect another broken man

Madam Speaker Honourable Members Goeie middag Bagaetsho Dumelang Each of us in this House today is faced with a choice. We can choose a future based on the rule of law. Where every person is equal before the law, no matter the position they hold or the wealth they have acquired. Where the life of…

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DA condemns EFF thuggery at Elsenburg College

The DA strongly condemns the thuggish behaviour by EFF aligned students at Elsenburg Agricultural College today. Students were assaulted with whips by protesting members. Yesterday, lectures came to a grinding halt as classes were locked by the EFF. We will be looking to lay criminal charges against this behaviour. The EFF is clearly sowing racial…

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CDA must do more to fight drug and substance abuse

Note to Editors: The following extract is of a speech delivered today by the DA Shadow Minister of Social Development, Patricia Kopane MP, in the National Assembly during the debate on the socio-economic impact of alcohol, drugs and substance abuse in our communities. Honourable Speaker, members and guests Today I stand here with a heavy…

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Rural communities suffer without toilets despite millions unspent

During a meeting of Parliament’s Standing Committee on Public Accounts today, it emerged that the Department of Human Settlements (DoHS) has been flagrantly contravening all legislation relating to the awarding of tenders to implementing agents for the delivery of the Rural Household Infrastructure Programme (RHIP). About 2,6 million households still do not have access to…

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