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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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Nzimande must account for training tenders awarded to SACP owned company

The revelation by Rapport today that a private training college, Letsatsi – partly owned by the South African Communist Party (SACP)’s investment wing, Masincazelane – has benefited to the tune of R235 million from tenders funded by the National Skills Fund (NSF) and the Services SETA (Sseta), both under control of the Department of Higher…

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Drought could compound TB crisis

Today, the Global TB Caucus of Parliamentarians begins its 2nd Global TB Summit in Cape Town. Last year the Caucus, which is co-chaired by the Minister of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, announced the historic Barcelona Declaration which facilitated a response to the tuberculosis (TB) epidemic amongst parliamentarians across the globe. The DA’s Shadow Minister of Health, Dr…

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Fire Myeni and sell SAA

A report in today’s City Press, which revels that SAA’s annual financial losses have increased from R2,5 billion to R4,7 billion compared to the last finanicial year, reaffirms the Democratic Alliance’s call for SAA Chairperson, Ms Dudu Myeni, to be fired, and for the money-sucking state-owned airline to be privatised. I will therefore write to…

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Presidential Handbook paves the way for Nkandla Air

The Presidential Handbook released yesterday does nothing more than hand Zuma’s cronies a blank cheque, setting out to minimise presidential accountability while maximising the potential for lavish and extravagant expenditure.A mere 20 pages in length and dated November 2015, the Handbook has clearly been recently written with supporting Zuma’s lifestyle in mind and explains why…

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Cabinet Report Card: Zuma laughs his way to the bottom of the class

In 2015 President Zuma has presided over the worst performing Cabinet in 21 years. With South Africa facing crises on many fronts including inadequate higher education funding, rising unemployment, slow economic growth and the worst drought since 1992, the President has done little more than laugh in the face of struggling South Africans. The Democratic…

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Bokamoso | Water: We need to act on the warning signs

Leonardo da Vinci said “Water is the driving force of all nature”. I would add that it is also the driving force of our food security, our health, our economy, and of our hope for the future. Where there is water, there is hope. When water dries up, hope dries up too. We cannot afford…

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SABC: Court sets aside Mostoeneng appointment

The DA is pleased with the Western Cape High Court’s judgment setting aside the appointment of SABC Chief Operating Officer (COO), Hlaudi Motsoeneng.The Court found that the appointment was irrational and unlawful and thus set it aside ab initio. This comes after Judge Dennis Davis of the Western Cape High Court considered the DA’s review…

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