At the DA's election manifesto launch, members of the opposition party have used the platform to address SA's jobs issue and corruption.
The DA is expected to have a list of promises for voters when it unveils its election manifesto in Polokwane and launches its official campaign.
The DA march for "real jobs" was cut short for fears of violent clashes with the crowds of ANC members gathered to "defend" their turf.
The ANC says it is taking the DA's "real" jobs march to court as it anticipates violence in the Johannesburg city centre.
The DA's Mmusi Maimane visited the family of a protester who was killed during violent protests in Sebokeng, south of Johannesburg.
DA leader Helen Zille is insisting that there was not just one funder who had "secretly" brokered the merger between her party and Agang SA.
While her spokesperson denies a donor was behind the DA-Agang SA partnership, opposition leader Helen Zille tweeted pressure was on Mamphela Ramphele.
The party's young guns say the doctor will have to fight her way up the ranks like everyone else.
Fifteen people have been arrested during protests at the Durban Deep informal settlement, where a man was shot dead earlier.
The DA's statement that it will take over Gauteng after the elections is a pipe dream, says the ANC in the province.
The DA's premier candidate for Gauteng has hinted at its governance plans, which include fewer government departments and a referendum on e-tolls.
E-tolling is not a major issue for the ANC ahead of this year's elections, says the South African National Roads Agency Limited's Nazir Alli.
Here's how the EFF's Julius Malema and DA's Mmusi Maimane can make the year 2019 count.
Calling Palestinian leader Marwan Barghouti a "political prisoner" or the DA's Mmusi Maimane "Obama" affects their legitimacy, writes Franz Krüger.
After the DA's first policy conference, we speak to the deputy federal chairperson Makashule Gana about its views on race and redress policies.
The Democratic Alliance's rising star, Mmusi Maimane is irked by his comparison with US President Barack Obama, which he tries to shrug off.
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters's announcement that e-tolling of Gauteng's highways will begin soon has been met with anger and sadness.
Minister of Transport Dipou Peters has announced that the e-tolling system will be launched on December 3 2013.
The opposition DA is gunning to win Gauteng in 2014 and has promised major fight backs against the controversial e-toll system if it wins.
The DA's parliamentary leader comes clean on the need for race-based policies and the contest between her and Mmusi Maimane, during the M&G Hangout.