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Collapsed mine: DA joins in hope with families of trapped miners

The DA sadly notes that the three miners – believed to be alive and trapped in the collapsed Lily Mine in Mpumalanga have not made communication in over 20 hours and they have been stuck underground, without food for five days. The DA extends its deepest commiserations to the families of the three miners still…

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DTI steel tariff agreement under threat while Davies drags his feet

The Democratic Alliance (DA) has learnt that ArcelorMittal may be in breach of an agreement between the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and local steel producers not to increase domestic prices in return for a 10% tariff on imported steel. The DA is in possession of a price increase notice from ArcelorMittal indicating that it…

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Disrupting SONA will only protect Zuma

The DA notes with concern recent rumours and even threats regarding planned disturbances and possibly violence at this year’s State of the Nation Address (SONA). While these threats make amusing headlines, the family feud between the ANC and EFF continues to pull focus from crucial issues such as the 8.3 million people who are currently…

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SARU must account to Parliament for inaction over CEO

This weekend the South African Rugby Union (SARU) failed to resolve the suspension of CEO Jurie Roux in a general council meeting, despite serious allegations of financial misappropriation during his tenure at Stellenbosch University. This was a missed opportunity for the SARU national leaders to practice the gospel they have been preaching about good governance…

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