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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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Lack of firearm competency contributes to police deaths

The lack of firearm competency and the weapons taken from slain police officers may be a contributing factor to the spike in police deaths. According to a reply to a DA parliamentary question, 78 police officers killed both on and off duty in the last 5 financial years, have had their firearms stolen from them. Shockingly, 16…

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Bulldozed BRRR process could write Treasury a blank cheque

Today marks the first day of the Budget Review and Recommendation Report (BRRR) process in various Parliament portfolio committees, and the DA objects to how these reports are being rammed through their relevant committees. The BRRR process is a crucial component of our nation’s fiscal framework – which in turn provides the foundation for detailed…

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Tshwane Municipality declines to accept Water Memorandum tomorrow

The City of Tshwane has today declined to send an official to accept our memorandum against the deplorable state of water delivery in Hammanskraal, intended for handover at a march tomorrow. In light of this refusal to accept, the Tshwane Metro Police have rescinded the DA’s permission to march and have threatened to intervene and…

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ANC’s NGC resolutions will close down the democratic space

The problematic resolutions adopted by the ANC at its National General Council (NGC) this weekend are indicative of a party in rapid decline and desperately trying to hold onto power by eroding South Africa’s hard-won freedoms. Some of the problematic resolutions include requesting Parliament to conduct an inquiry on the “feasibility” of a Media Appeals…

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President Zuma reveals contradiction in his Nkandla defence

Note to editors: Please see Mmusi Maimane MP statement with reply received today attached here. In response to a parliamentary question regarding the number of government functions the President has hosted at his private residence in Nkandla, the Presidency has indicated that it does not keep records of these functions. The President’s latest response is…

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Independent IGI needed to stop spooks haunting Parliament

ANC Chief Whip, Stone Sizani’s reported attempts to lobby minority parties in Parliament to help the ANC appoint Cecil Burgess – the architect of the ‘Secrecy Bill’ and a “whitewashed” report on “Nkandlagate” – as  Inspector-General of Intelligence (IGI) are misplaced and beyond his mandate. As the last line of defence between the rule of…

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DA lays criminal charges against SAPO Directors

Today, 12 October 2015, I will be laying criminal charges at the Cape Town Central Police Station against the previous Directors of the South African Post Office (SAPO) for, among other crimes, their failure to exercise their fiduciary duties in terms of several sections of the Companies Act (2008). A copy of the affidavit is available. Even…

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