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Hypocritical ANC closes over 3000 schools across the country

The DA will today submit parliamentary questions to find out whether the closing of 3 257 schools across seven ANC-governed provinces over the next three years, will follow due and proper processes. Currently, education departments across the country have or will be embarking on rationalising schools: 41 schools in Mpumalanga 50 schools in the Northern Cape…

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SACE must account for fatal school assault

The DA will submit parliamentary questions to the Department of Basic Education regarding the involvement of the South African Council of Educators (SACE) in the investigation into the fatal assault of the fourteen-year-old Siphamandla Choma who tragically passed away yesterday. According to media reports, Choma, a learner at Manyano Primary School in Mpumalanga, was left…

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Social Grants Crisis: SAPS must investigate suspicious break-ins

The DA will today write to the Acting National Police Commissioner, Khomotso Phahlane, to request that he launches a full investigation into the break-in at the former Director General of the Department of Social Development, Zane Dangor’s home, as well as two other suspicious acts of intimidation that have occurred in recent days. On Monday,…

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DA welcomes the Tax Ombud investigation into refund delays by SARS

The Democratic Alliance welcomes the announcement by the Tax Ombud, Judge Bernard Ngoepe, that he will conduct an investigation into systemic failures at the South African Revenue Service (SARS) that result in the reported delays in tax refunds. These delays are across the board and include VAT, Income Tax, Employee Tax Incentives and Diesel refunds…

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We will never stop defending Human Rights

Note to Editors: The following remarks were delivered by the DA Leader at a commemoration of Human Rights Day and the Sharpeville Massacre. The Leader was joined by DA Gauteng Provincial Leader, John Moodey, DA National Spokesperson, Refiloe Ntsekhe, Tshwane Mayor, Solly Msimanga, Johannesburg Mayor, Herman Mashaba, and Midvaal Mayor, Bongani Baloyi, as well as survivors of the Sharpeville Massacre, as well as…

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