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A tribute of thanks to Helen Zille

Democratic Alliance Mayors, of DA-governed Municipalities, take note of Helen Zille’s decision to not stand for re-election as Federal Leader at the upcoming DA Federal Congress in May. We pay tribute to a great visionary, who has led the DA with distinction over the past eight years. Her leadership has grown our party significantly, and…

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Emmanuel Sithole: DA meets Mozambique High Commission officials

The DA today visited the High Commission of the Republic of Mozambique, in Pretoria, to share our sympathies with the people of Mozambique following the death of Emmanuel Sithole in Alexandra this weekend. We were welcomed into the High Commission, and handed over flowers as a sign of condolence. The monstrous and barbaric attack on…

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CIPC commissioner claims she was pushed by Minister Davies

Following today’s shock resignation of the Commissioner of the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC), Astrid Ludin, the CIPC is at risk of an institutional collapse. Parliament must urgently intervene in order to prevent this.   I have today written to the Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry, Joan Fubbs, requesting she…

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DA calls for Parliamentary inquiry into allegations of political interference in Proteas selection

The Democratic Alliance (DA) has today written to the Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee for Sport and Recreation, Ms Beauty Dlulane, requesting that she institute a Parliamentary inquiry into allegations of political interference in the Proteas’ team selection for their Cricket World Cup semi-final against New Zealand. A parliamentary inquiry is the best intervention to…

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Emmanuel Sithole’s killers must be hunted down

The monsters who stalked and killed Mozambican Emmanuel Sithole in Alexandra yesterday must be hunted down and prosecuted to the full extent of the law. The heart-rending photographs which show him begging for mercy and crawling along a rubbish-strewn street are the key to finding his killers. The SAPS were able to quickly track down…

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