Tomorrow, Wednesday 1 May, marks one week to the election on Wednesday 8 May. DA leaders across the country will be campaigning and spreading our message that only the DA can bring change that puts a job in every home, keep the lights on, fight corruption, lock up the criminals and speed up service delivery.
The 54 cent fuel price increase will once again prove that the failing ANC government has no plan to develop and grow our economy – the extent of their policy and plans remains firmly based on increasing the prices of items South Africans are barely able to afford already.
On Wednesday, 1 May 2019, Democratic Alliance (DA) Leader, Mmusi Maimane will give a keynote address at the Party’s Workers’ Day Rally in Cape Town. Maimane will be joined by DA Western Cape Premier Candidate, Alan Winde.
My Fellow South Africans, Today, twenty-five years ago, was the most significant date in the history of our country. Millions of South Africans, with the simple mark of a cross on a ballot paper, joined billions of people across the world who participate in their democracies and elect their governments.
The ANC in Gauteng says it would rather go to the opposition benches than get into coalitions if it fails to win over the province’s confidence when the South Africans vote in just under two weeks’ time.
On Sunday, 28 April 2019, Democratic Alliance (DA) Leader, Mmusi Maimane, will visit victims of the tragic floods that have brought about widespread damage and destruction to large parts of KwaZulu Natal and the Eastern Cape – claiming over 80 lives to date.
THE REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE TELEVISED BUT REALISED Money stolen by corrupt acts in Africa is estimated to about $150 billion a year which is neither available for the goals set out in the Agenda 2030 nor those in the agenda 2063 to build a prosperous Africa based on inclusive growth and sustainable development.
The Western Cape High Court has today confirmed that the matter brought before it by Patricia de Lille was not urgent and postponed it indefinitely as it is best considered by the Electoral Court and has vindicated the DA’s position throughout.
The Democratic Alliance (DA) welcomes the announcement by President Cyril Ramaphosa that he has finally fired the deeply problematic duo, Advocates Nomgcobo Jiba and Lawrence Mrwebi – or “Snake” and “Snail” as they were allegedly code-named by Bosasa executives, whom allegedly paid them large amounts of cash money to keep them sweet.