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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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BOKAMOSO | To fortify our Democracy we must fortify our Institutions

It is quite telling that the biggest threat to the survival of our democracy does not come from an outside force or some insidious and secretive insider plot, but from an official, well-documented and proud ANC policy. Formalised at the ANC’s 50th Annual Policy Conference in 1997, the party’s official strategy of Cadre Deployment has…

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Clarity required on long overdue KPMG report on SARS “rogue unit”

A reply to a parliamentary question today stated that a report from KPMG into the so-called “rogue unit” at SARS was only “preliminary” and that a final report was expected to be submitted by KPMG soon. This contrasts with comments by SARS Commissioner, Tom Moyane, made during a briefing to Parliament’s Standing Committee on Finance on 25…

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Danny Jordaan’s 100 days of broken promises and scandal evasion

Note to Editors: The following remarks were delivered by Athol Trollip in Nelson Mandela Bay today, in reviewing the first 100 days of Danny Jordaan’s Mayoralty in Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality. One hundred days into office, Danny Jordaan has disappointed and disserved the people of Nelson Mandela Bay, in the style of all ANC Mayors…

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Zuma shows disdain for human rights by meeting Al-Bashir

The meeting between President Zuma and wanted war criminal, Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir, yet again illustrates that President Zuma has abandoned human rights as the light that guides our foreign policy. The Democratic Alliance (DA) condemns this meeting and the message it sends to the international community about our respect for international law and human…

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National Treasury must conduct investigation into contracts, not Prasa

Following the public announcement today by the Prasa board of steps they will take to address problems at the public entity, the DA will request an explanation as to why they have decided that only an “internal audit” of contracts awarded above R10 million be conducted. The Public Protector, Adv. Madonsela, was clear in her…

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Tourism Month: More needs to be done to make domestic tourism cheaper

During this Tourism Month, the Democratic Alliance will request that the Portfolio Committee on Tourism launch an investigation into the steps that can be taken to boost domestic tourism in South Africa, improving local economies around the country. This follows increasing evidence that domestic tourism is coming under pressure, because of a worsening economy and…

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Sadtu must stop disgraceful boycott

The South African Democratic Teachers Union’s (Sadtu) decision to instruct its 250 000 teacher members to boycott invigilation of the upcoming Annual National Assessments (ANAs) demonstrates yet again that Sadtu does not care about our country’s children. This decision will compromise the ability of the Department of Basic Education to assess the levels of literacy…

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