On Thursday, the Western Cape High Court ruled in favour of the DA and its leader Mmusi Maimane and ordered the committee to be reconstituted.
Defence and Military Veterans Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula says plane is also meant for other members of the executive.
The party is hoping its strong mayoral candidate will help it win power in Zuma’s rural base.
Ramaphosa called for the party to hold hands and strategise a battle plan to win back the province and the city from the Democratic Alliance.
The Constitutional Court ruled on Tuesday that the local government elections can go ahead on August 3 this year.
The Democratic Alliance's candidate lists in KZN are contested as leaders are accused of nepotism, racism and not following party guidelines.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane said the ANC's dropping of the 'state capture' probe showed the ruling party was never serious about investigating the issue.
The Democratic Alliance accused the public broadcaster of censorship for delays in airing the party's election campaign advertisements.
After causing chaos in Parliament on various occasions, the EFF members have been requested by the Democratic Alliance to pay.
The Jo'burg mayoral candidate led a DA jobs march in Diepsloot on Tuesday and explained his plans to reduce crime in the city.
The Democratic Alliance said it planned to submit a budget amendment in Parliament that could save the country R9-billion in total.
Deputy Speaker Lechesa Tsenoli ruled that DA leader Mmusi Maimane's calling President Jacob Zuma an “accused criminal” in Parliament was out of order.
This is the first in a series of articles looking at the dedicated volunteers who take the message of their political parties to the people.
The DA already rules out the possibility of a coalition with the EFF due to “different values”.
In their competition for local votes the ANC, DA and EFF have interesting ideas of what ‘the people’ want.
ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu warned Julius Malema that, like the right-wing group that tried to overthrow government, prison would be his 'home'.
In his speech in the presidency’s budget debate on Wednesday, the opposition leader called Zuma a thief and the ANC’s “looter in chief”, among others.
During a heated exchange in Parliament on Tuesday, EFF MP Nazier Paulsen referred to DA MP Yusuf Cassim as a “Zionist sell-out kaffir”.
If there are hung local councils after the August 3 elections, minnow parties could play kingmakers.