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ANC, DA and IFP join forces to govern country, KZN & Gauteng

By: Natasha Archary Image: John Steenhuisen on X Democratic Alliance (DA) leader, John Steenhuisen has confirmed that his party has joined forces with the African National Congress (ANC) and Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) to govern the country as well as KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) and Gauteng. In a speech following the outcome of the election negotiations, Steenhuisen confirmed the DA reachd an agreement on the statement of intent for the formation of […]

today14/06/2024

NSFAS corruption allegations

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Steenhuisen lambasts IEC for being unprepared for the 2024 Elections

By: Natasha Archary Image: John Steenhuisen on X Democratic Alliance (DA) leader John Steenhuisen has lambasted the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) for being unprepared for the 2024 National and Provinical Elections. Steenhuisen addressed media at the IEC Results Operation Centre (ROC) in Midrand on Friday, 31 May saying the DA will seek legal recourse against the IEC for the "omnishambles" that marred this year's elections. From technical glitches on voting […]

today31/05/2024

Steenhuisen casts his vote

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Steenhuisen casts his vote at his former high school

By: Natasha Archary Image: DA on X Democratic Alliance (DA) leader, John Steenhuisen cast his vote in the 2024 National and Provincial Elections at his former Durban high school. On Wednesday, 29 May as South Africans cast their vote, Steenhuisen made his mark at Northwood High School where he matriculated. Steenhuisen, a proud Durbanite urged South Africans to vote in what he calls the most important election in post-democratic history. […]

today29/05/2024

Patriotic Alliance submits complaint

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Patriotic Alliance submits complaint to IEC against Democratic Alliance

By: Natasha Archary Image: Gayton Mckenzie on Facebook Patriotic Alliance (PA) leader Gayton Mckenzie has submitted a complaint to the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) against the Democratic Alliance (DA). The PA has accused the DA of actions that are characterised "by cynical lies and even incitement of violence." According tot he PA, the DA has crossed the line of what constitutes decent, civilised behaviour and have acted against the principles […]

today27/05/2024

Point Of View

Solly Msimanga on Democratic Alliance’s readiness to govern the Gauteng province

Zuko Komisa Image | @sollymsimanga /Instagram Solly Msimanga on Democratic Alliance's readiness to govern the Gauteng province. Point of View with Phemelo Motene spoke to Solly Msimanga about some of the changes the political party will be bringing should they win the election and govern in the Gauteng province. In September 2023, the DA leader of Gauteng Solly Msimanga was unveiled as the premier candidate of the Democratic Alliance (DA) […]

today08/05/2024

8 million South Africans unemployed

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DA announce economic policy to rescue SA from unemployment

By: Natasha Archary Image: Adobe Stock The Democratic Alliance (DA) has announced a new economic policy to rescue South Africans from unemployment. DA leader, John Steenhuisen says his party knows exactly where to create jobs, what what choices they need to make, and what the trade-offs and costs are. Under the new economic policy proposed, the DA plans to introduce between 1.9 million to 2.5 million new jobs over a […]

today26/04/2024

31 000 staffing vacancies

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Over 31 000 staffing vacancies in SA schools remain unfilled

By: Natasha Archary Image | Angie Motsekga - GCIS There are currently over 31 000 staffing vacancies in South African schools which remain unfilled. This was confirmed by Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga in a written reply to the Democratic Alliance (DA) in Parliament. While Motshekga said filling the vacancies is an ongoing process, the DA has slammed the African National Congress (ANC) for disregarding government schools. The opposition's […]

today18/04/2024

Madam Speaker's arrest looms

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EFF supports DA’s call for Motion of No Confidence in Mapisa-Nqakula

By: Natasha Archary Image: Polity.org The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) is backing the Democratic Alliance's (DA) call for a Motion of No Confidence against Speaker of Parliament Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula. This after the DA put forward the request to Acting Speaker of Parliament Mr Lechesa Tsenoli on Tuesday, 26 March following damning bribery and money laundering allegations against Mapisa-Nqakula. Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula faces 12 corruption charges and one for money laundering following […]

today27/03/2024

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

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