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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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Marikana: DA to petition Parliament to establish compensation fund

The events at Marikana in August 2012 left a scar on South Africa that will take decades to heal. Marikana is definitely the greatest tragedy in South Africa’s democratic history. The tragic loss of life was borne by devastated families, most of whom lost their sole breadwinners and caregivers. Three years later they are still…

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SAA scandal: Myeni must be fired

In a frantic attempted cover up by the Chairperson of SAA, Dudu Myeni, it emerged that late yesterday evening the state-owned airline applied for an urgent court interdict to remove a story exposing the contents of an explosive internal memorandum by acting CEO, Musa Zwane, informing the board of the dire state of the enterprise’s…

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Home Affairs failing to implement amendments to ‘job-killing’ visa regulations

The Democratic Alliance (DA) condemns the failure by the Department of Home Affairs to implement the revised visa regulations after government’s much-hyped promise to amend the job-killing visa regulations last month. Key members of the Tourism Industry players are complaining that the visa changes have not been implemented by the Department. For instance, the unabridged…

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Marikana: SABC must air “Miners Shot Down”

The DA congratulates “Miners Shot Down” filmmaker Rehad Desai and his team for winning the prestigious International Emmy Award for Best Documentary. In joining South Africa in celebration of this phenomenal achievement, the public broadcaster, the SABC should air the documentary in order to give South Africans the opportunity to see it. “Miners Shot Down”…

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Motshekga must account to parliament for matric exam leaks

The credibility of this year’s National Senior Certificate examinations is now in question given reports that more papers have been leaked. It was reported in City Press yesterday that the Life Sciences Paper 2, leaked in Limpopo last Monday, was also distributed to pupils in Gauteng and Mpumalanga. Furthermore, a senior official in the national department and…

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Broadcasting Amendment Act is bad news for South Africa

The Democratic Alliance (DA)  is deeply opposed to proposed amendments to the Broadcasting Act, which were approved by Cabinet earlier this month and are set to come before Parliament. The amendments would see the last vestige of independence removed from the SABC, paving the way for it to become nothing more than an ANC propaganda…

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