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Kwa-Dukathole Comprehensive School

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DA: “R10 million for Kwa-Dukathole Comprehensive School renovations looted”

By: Natasha Archary Image: Adobe Stock The Democratic Alliance (DA) in Gauteng claims R10 million for Kwa-Dukathole Comprehensive School renovations have been looted. Sergio Dos Santos, DA Gauteng Shadow MEC for Education says the Katlehong school has hundreds of learners in overcrowded and dilapidated classrooms due to the allocated funds being siphoned. According to the DA, the misuse of funds meant for the improvement of the school is something the […]

today26/02/2024

cadre deployment

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ANC “bends the knee”, surrendering cadre deployment records to DA

By: Natasha Archary The African National Congress (ANC) "bends the knee", surrendering cadre deployment records to the Democratic Alliance (DA) by close of business on Monday, 19 February. This after the Constitutional Court ordered the ANC to hand over the records from its National Deployment Committee to the DA. Last week's ruling was agreed to by the ANC, who claimed that the records may not be complete because most of […]

today20/02/2024

Stage 3

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DA calls for pause on loadshedding in JHB East

By: Natasha Archary Pexels The Democratic Alliance (DA) is calling for a pause on loadshedding in Johannesburg East, saying some suburbs have been without power for 3-months. In a statement issued on Monday, 19 February the DA in Gauteng says the situation has worsened over the past weekend where thousands of residents have now come forward to sign a petition. Wards 66, 67 and 118 in Johannesburg East face a […]

today19/02/2024

NSFAS corruption allegations

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Steenhuisen: “Ramaphosa’s SONA just a laundry list of failed promises!”

By: Natasha Archary Image: John Steenhuisen on X Democratic Alliance (DA) leader, John Steenhuisen says President Cyril Ramaphosa's 2024 State of the Nation Address (SONA) was so faIr removed from the reality which millions of South Africans are living. "I think that was a very disappointing SONA, something clearly out of 'Alice in Wonderland', it's not bounded in reality. Certainly the South Africa that the President painted tonight (Thursday, 08 […]

today09/02/2024

DA threatens to lay criminal charges

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DA threatens to lay criminal charges against Deputy President Paul Mashatile over corruption allegations

By: Natasha Archary Image: John Steenhusien on X The Democratic Alliance (DA) has threatened to lay criminal charges against Deputy President Paul Mashatile over corruption allegations. On Friday, 02 February DA leader John Steenhuisen attempted to hand over a dossier to President Cyril Ramaphosa which contains "damning allegations" of corruption levelled against his second in command. Briefing media outside the Union Buildings, Steenhuisen said he was ordered to hand over […]

today02/02/2024

NSFAS corruption allegations

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DA calls Ramaphosa’s bluff over SASSA grants

By: Natasha Archary Image: John Steenhuisen on X Democratic Alliance (DA) leader, John Steenhuisen has called President Ramaphosa’s bluff over SASSA grants. Speaking at the ANC’s 112th birthday celebrations on Monday, 08 January, Ramaphosa warned attendees that the country’s social grants (SASSA) and National Student Funding Aid Scheme (NSFAS) could be at risk if the ANC loses power in the upcoming general elections. Ramaphosa’s controversial statement was not well received […]

today10/01/2024

Steenhuisen retains DA leadership

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DA not intimidated by idle threats from “Doomsday Coalition”

By: Natasha Archary Image: John Steenhuisen Twitter The Democratic Alliance (DA) in Johannesburg says it will not be intimidated by idle threats from the "Doomsday Coalition". This after the party received letters of demand from City Manager, Floyd Brink, and MMC of Group Corporate and Shared Services, Councillor Loyiso Masuku. These letters were served upon the party and councillors following a news article with regards to the City of Johannesburg's […]

today07/12/2023

Gauteng watershedding

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Steenhuisen to lodge Human Rights Commission complaint over Gauteng water shedding

By: Natasha Archary Image: Adobe Stock John Steenhuisen, leader of the Democratic Alliance (DA) will lodge a complaint with the Human Rights Commission over the ongoing Gauteng water shedding. On Friday, 17 November Steenhuisen will escalate the continuous water shedding issue that is plaguing Gauteng residents, and robbing their constitutional right to water. The DA leader says there is no water shortage in Gauteng and yet taps in parts of […]

today17/11/2023

Ramaphosa's travel gluttony

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DA calls for Public Protector to investigate Ramaphosa’s travel “gluttony”

By: Natasha Archary Image: Presidency ZA The Democratic Alliance (DA) is calling for Public Protector, Koleka Gcaleka to investigate President Cyril Ramaphosa's travel "gluttony" while South Africans starve. This comes after the President's onboard catering for the Inkwazi Presidential jet cost a whopping R600 000 last year, when Ramaphosa and 18 VIP guests attended Queen Elizabeth II's funeral and a State Visit to London. Catering on the 12-hour flight to […]

today13/11/2023

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