The DA is to ask the high court to set aside Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s permanent posting as the SABC’s operations boss, the party’s leader says.
Have South Africans paid R238-billion in fuel levies in six years? Not if you do the sums.
The impact of e-tolling since its introduction in December last year should be reviewed in Parliament, says DA parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane.
The DA has expressed shock over Medium Term Strategic Framework figures, which show that only 61% of pupils have access to required textbooks.
Reacting to a report that cast doubt on Phumzile van Damme's eligibility to be an MP, the ANC chief whip has accused the DA of cutting corners.
The DA has questioned why government has made such a "profound departure" from the land reform model proposed in its National Development Plan.
Free State's health department has been reported to the SA Human Rights Commission over "rights violations" such as food shortages and overcrowding.
Parliament has reduced the number of members in each oversight committee, which could work out for better meeting attendance by MPs.
The DA leader says the evictions at Lwandle were the fault of the ANC's Ses'Khona "storm troopers".
The ANC has requested that the SAHRC investigate "insulting" online content, saying the material threatens the constitutional rights of its voters.
Winter is here. The House of Luthuli reigns. From the northern wasteland and the Cape’s desert plains, evil forces gather to take Kingdom's Landing.
The Democratic Alliance wants a full inquiry into the appointment of embattled National Prosecuting Authority chief Mxolisi Nxasana.
The DA has been slow to act to a derogatory tweet, saying it will revisit its social media policy despite the document already prohibiting the tweet.
Three people have been arrested for public violence during evictions in Lwandle, when petrol bombs and tyres were set alight.
People from Lwandle informal settlement in Strand have been evicted because they did not vote for the DA in the elections, says the ANC.
EFF leader Julius Malema says his party is willing to work with political parties, including the ANC and DA, on issues of common interest.
The DA has appointed Phumzile van Damme and Marius Redelinghuys as national spokespersons to replace Mmusi Maimane.
The DA says the appointment of some Cabinet ministers indicates President Jacob Zuma created jobs for friends rather than good governance.
The Democratic Alliance leader says her enemies are using her falling out with Lindiwe Mazibuko to force her out.