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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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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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DA tables plan to defend our democracy by firewalling key institutions

Over the past five years, the Government has presided over a systematic project of state capture that has resulted in the significant erosion of the independence of key institutions. Employing the ANC’s programme of cadre deployment, the President and the Cabinet he leads have abused the power entrusted to the Executive by the Constitution to…

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Cracks appear in ANC over Hlaudi

Yesterday, during question time in the National Assembly, Communications Minister Faith Muthambi directly contradicted her party’s National General Council (NGC) discussion document on the state of the SABC. When Minister Muthambi refused to rebuke the SABC’s COO, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, for his statement that the media should be regulated, I questioned why she was bent on protecting him…

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Department of Transport must investigate R1.2 billion of unauthorised expenditure on bus subsidies

In today’s sitting of Parliament’s Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA), the National Treasury requested Parliament to effectively write off R 1207.374 million of unauthorised expenditure and overspending incurred by the Department of Transport on bus subsidies between the 2008/09 and the 2009/10 financial years. The DA will not under any circumstances support the writing…

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