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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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Cosatu should take real action and support DA’s job-creation plan

Following Cosatu’s march in support of decent work and job creation today, the DA calls on Cosatu to make good on their “commitment” to championing job creation and decent work by supporting the DA’s 5-Point Jobs Plan for Economic Freedom, Fairness and Opportunity.  Cosatu cannot march for one thing but then vote for another. They must now…

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DA requests investigation into Executive vetting of parliamentary questions

Section 92 of the Constitution stipulates that members of the Executive are collectively and individually accountable to Parliament for the exercise of their powers and the performance of their functions. Questions to the Executive are one of the few mechanisms Members of Parliament (MPs) have to ensure this accountability, and is often used by MPs…

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World Bank confirms investigation into Eskom loan

The World Bank Integrity Vice President, Leonard McCarthy, has acceded to the Democratic Alliance’s request to investigate the corruption scandal surrounding Hitachi and ANC front-company, Chancellor House. In a letter received from McCarthy he confirmed that the World Bank is looking into the matter and assessing “whether World Bank funds were put at risk due…

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88,127 bucket toilets an affront on the dignity of our people

Twenty-one years into our democracy, the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) is still failing to meet its targets to eradicate bucket toilets in both formal and informal communities which are still suffering the indignity of poor sanitation. The DWS’s 2014/15 annual report indicates that the department not only missed its target for the financial…

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ANC hiding information on Gupta coal contacts with Eskom

In a reply to a DA parliamentary question, the Minister of Public Enterprises, Lynne Brown, confirmed that Gupta-owned company, Tegeta Exploration and Resources, has a contract for the supply of coal with Eskom, but refused to disclose any details pertaining to the nature and value of the agreement, classifying it as “commercially sensitive”. Instead of hiding the…

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Higher education task team will fail if it does not include Treasury

The Task Team set up to find short term solutions to the chronic lack of funding for students will be set up to fail if it does not include representation from Treasury. Following a meeting with Vice-Chancellors and Chairpersons of Councils of South African Universities to address issues of underfunding, violence and transformation, President Zuma…

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DA to protest outside ANC’s Chancellor House

The agreement by Hitachi to pay $19-million to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to settle charges of corrupt payments to ANC’s Chancellor House in order to secure Eskom tenders is prima facie evidence of the systematic corruption endemic to the ANC and its proxies. On Thursday, 8 October, the DA will therefore…

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