Note to Editors: The following speech was made by Helen Zille, Premier of the Western Cape and Leader of the Democratic Alliance at a special sitting of the National Assembly.
Madiba’s legacy lives on in each and every one of us
Lindiwe Mazibuko, Parliamentary Leader of the Democratic Alliance
9 December 2013
Note to editors: This is the speech that was delivered by DA Parliamentary Leader, Lindiwe Mazibuko MP, during the special Joint Sitting of Parliament in honour of former President Nelson Mandela.
Note to editors: This is a speech delivered by DA Leader Helen Zille at the Cape Town Press Club today.
Note to editors: The following speech was delivered in Parliament today by the DA’s Shadow Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, Dene Smuts MP, during a second reading debate on the Legal Practice Bill.
A wave of regulatory reform of the legal professions has been washing over the common law countries. Always, the reasons are the same: affordability and access, choice, competition and consumer protection, especially against ineffective professional disciplinary mechanisms. Another feature of reform is a departure from rigid practice models and the creation of new business structures.
Note to editors: These are the remarks delivered by DA Parliamentary Leader, Lindiwe Mazibuko MP, during the Protection of State Information Bill debate in Parliament today.
Note to editors: These are the opening remarks made by DA Parliamentary Leader, Lindiwe Mazibuko MP, during the the DA’s debate on the National Key Points Act of 1980 in the National Assembly. The motion for debate was tabled by the DA earlier this year following the use of the National Key Points Act to conceal and defend the spending of R200 million on President Jacob Zuma’s private residence in Nkandla.
Note to editors: The following remarks were made by DA Gauteng Premier Candidate, Mmusi Maimane, at a press conference to announce the DA’s plans to fight e-tolling.
Note to Editors: This is an extract of a speech delivered by DA Shadow Deputy Minister of Health, Denise Robinson MP, at Parliament today.
Note to Editors: This is an extract of a speech delivered by DA Shadow Minister of Social Development, Mike Waters MP, at Parliament today.
Note to editors: The following is an extract from a speech delivered by DA Premier Candidate for Gauteng, Mmusi Maimane, today at the 2013 Black Management Forum Annual Conference debate on whether good governance can increase trust amongst government, civil society, labour and business.