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Cape Town’s sixth ‘Smart Park’ opens

The City of Cape Town’s latest smart park is officially open to the public The facility in Seawinds near Lavender Hill is the City’s sixth smart park, following similar ventures in Atlantis, Nomzamo, Delft, Khayelitsha and Gugulethu. The park includes a water play area where children can learn about the water cycle and splash around…

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Gigaba and SAA board breach Companies Act

The DA has written to Malusi Gigaba, the Minister of Finance, to request that he urgently provide reasons for why the South African Airways (SAA) annual financial statements are not ready, as is required by law. Minister Gigaba seems to have been mischievous when he says in his letter of the 20th of September 2017, to…

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Transport Minister must explain ineffective road safety campaigns

Reports that more than 20 people have died on our roads over this long weekend so far and that dozens more have been injured are deeply concerning. The fact is that the Minister of Transport, Joe Maswanganyi, has utterly failed to explain, why far too many people die on our roads, despite millions being spent…

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Myeni approached PIC for R6 billion for SAA

The DA has noted the media report that Ms Dudu Myeni has asked the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) for R6 billion to bail out beleaguered South African Airways (SAA), an airline that she has basically run into the ground. While the PIC reportedly refused these requests this is yet another reason, to add to the…

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DA remains committed to serving the people of NMB

Reports today about the possibility of an election in Nelson Mandela Bay (NMB) where a DA-led coalition has been in government, seek to distract us from the most pertinent issues. The reality is that the people of NMB rejected the ANC at the ballot box during the 2016 Local Government Elections. They made it clear,…

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Motshekga must put learners first during Sadtu strike

The DA will call on the Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga, to ensure that learners are safe and that their educational needs are put first by liaising with the police ahead of Wednesday’s strike by the South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu). Learners must come forward on Wednesday if they are in any way…

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