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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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IEC’s Mashinini must provide plan for free and fair elections within 30 days

Ensuring free and fair local government elections in 2016 will be the first test of the independence and impartiality of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) under the Chairmanship of Vuma Mashinini. Yesterday’s unprecedented ruling by the Constitutional Court against the IEC has highlighted major shortcomings in the institution meant to ensure free and fair elections….

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World AIDS DAY: NHC Task Team should investigate the rate of new infections

The DA today, on World AIDS Day, urges Health Minister, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, to constitute a National Health Commission (NHC) task group to investigate the causes of intergenerational transactional sex and the poor rate of condom use among young South Africans. To this end the NHC must table its findings and recommendations to stave off…

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PEU investigation by Gordhan a welcome first step against corrupt Tshwane

The DA welcomes Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Pravin Gordhan’s announcement that he has called for an investigation into the City of Tshwane’s corrupt and unlawful PEU smart-meter contract, which has wasted R1,84 billion to date. This follows the DA’s request to both Minister Gordhan and Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene to initiate…

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Yesterday Mayor Jordaan admitted that the Metro has no plan to launch a Metro Police Force, no plan to tackle gangs and no plan to curb crime. Now that the DA has this week launched a plan to make NMB safer, suddenly the ANC government is scrambling to find its own plan, which Jordaan has…

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Nzimande must account for training tenders awarded to SACP owned company

The revelation by Rapport today that a private training college, Letsatsi – partly owned by the South African Communist Party (SACP)’s investment wing, Masincazelane – has benefited to the tune of R235 million from tenders funded by the National Skills Fund (NSF) and the Services SETA (Sseta), both under control of the Department of Higher…

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Drought could compound TB crisis

Today, the Global TB Caucus of Parliamentarians begins its 2nd Global TB Summit in Cape Town. Last year the Caucus, which is co-chaired by the Minister of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, announced the historic Barcelona Declaration which facilitated a response to the tuberculosis (TB) epidemic amongst parliamentarians across the globe. The DA’s Shadow Minister of Health, Dr…

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Fire Myeni and sell SAA

A report in today’s City Press, which revels that SAA’s annual financial losses have increased from R2,5 billion to R4,7 billion compared to the last finanicial year, reaffirms the Democratic Alliance’s call for SAA Chairperson, Ms Dudu Myeni, to be fired, and for the money-sucking state-owned airline to be privatised. I will therefore write to…

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