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We are committed to #DefeatDayZero

Cape Town currently faces an exceptional situation. It is a scientific fact that we are experiencing the worst drought ever recorded. Let’s ensure that each of us – our families, friends and fellow citizens – unite together to defeat Day Zero. We can. And we must. Visit to get answers to the most frequently…

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Engcobo attack shows that crime is out of control

This statement follows an oversight visit to Engcobo Police Station by DA Shadow Minister of Police, Zakhele Mbhele MP and DA Leader in the Provincial Legislature, Bobby Stevenson MPL. Please find soundbites in English and IsiZulu by Mr Mbhele. Today’s visit to the Engcobo SAPS with the DA Leader in the Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature,…

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[INFOGRAPHIC] DA-led Western Cape continues to deliver

Today marked the 11th DA-led Western Cape State of the Province Address, with the Province now in its 9th year of DA governance. From zero clean audits before we took office in 2009, many of departments are now on their way to double figures in the number of consecutive unqualified audits. This year, 11 out…

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Treasury confirms it has not done a full costing on free Higher Education plan

Treasury officials admitted yesterday that they have not done a full costing of former President, Jacob Zuma’s, promises on fee-free Higher Education. The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) and the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) officials said in January that all the answers on the new policy would be provided in the…

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DA governments to pull out of SALGA if political bias continues

The DA has written to the South African Local Government Association (SALGA) expressing its deep concerns with the organisation’s possible political bias towards ANC governed municipalities. SALGA has a mandate to represent the interests of local governments, however, it faces allegations of political bias and possible wasteful expenditure. The DA’s concerns centre around SALGA pushing…

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#Budget2018: The poor are made to pay for ANC’s theft

The Minister of Finance, Malusi Gigaba’s, 2018 Budget hammers the poor and is a legacy of Jacob Zuma’s disastrous management of the economy of South Africa. The increase in taxes revealed today is symptomatic of an ANC government which has failed to plan ahead and make the necessary cost-cutting measures to shield ordinary citizens from…

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