Note to editors: Mmusi Maimane launched the final phase of the DA's election posters in Ghandi Square, Johannesburg, today. The posters read: "Your vote can win Gauteng".
DA will not enter into any coalition with EFF
Helen Zille, Leader of the Democratic Alliance
23 April 2014
There has been media speculation over the last few days that the Democratic Alliance and the Economic Freedom Fighters may form a coalition after the election.
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The Democratic Alliance Youth would like to congratulate the Democratic Alliance Student Organisation (DASO) at the University of Fort Hare (UFH) on their results for the Student Representative Council (SRC) elections that took place on Tuesday.
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