The DA has called on Cyril Ramaphosa to respond to reports that Jacob Zuma will not answer to questions in Parliament until the EFF has been tamed.
DA parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane tried to deliver water to a community near Brakpan, but ANC residents chanted and booed him out of town.
Leader of the official opposition Mmusi Maimane has kicked off the debate on the motion of no confidence in National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete.
The ruling party has quashed a motion to discuss the president's private home, prompting the DA to invoke the prospect of judicial adjudication.
EFF leader Julius Malema tore into President Jacob Zuma at the Sona debate, but also received a lot of criticism.
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.
The DA has appointed Phumzile van Damme and Marius Redelinghuys as national spokespersons to replace Mmusi Maimane.
In Mmusi Maimane's acceptance speech, titled Toward a new Parliamentary era, he shares his plans for his new role.
Mmusi Maimane, the DA's national spokesperson, says he will stand for the party's parliamentary leader to replace the outgoing Lindiwe Mazibuko.
The cracks between Helen Zille and Lindiwe Mazibuko began showing themselves a while ago. Is a difference in opinion between members good for the DA?
Saying that he has "another important job I do", James Selfe has turned down Helen Zille's request that he stands as candidate for DA caucus leader.
The Democratic Alliances's black caucus is out to challenge party leader Helen Zille's culture of annointing 'yes men and women'.
The race is on for Lindiwe Mazibuko's Parliament position between the opposition's golden boy, Mmusi Maimane, and its black caucus's Makashule Gana.
DA sources say the former parliamentary leader's decision to leave her position has saved the opposition party from a damaging leadership battle.
Unfortunately many see Mmusi Maimane as a puppet; there are people behind his rise, and those people are not black.
Icasa's Complaints and Compliance Committee has ordered that the SABC air the Democratic Alliance's six adverts with immediate effect.
Following the SABC pulling its TV ad, the DA says it is concerned about its election campaign as Icasa has taken over 48 hours to hear its complaint.
Hundreds of DA supporters marched through the streets of Soweto to protests the banning of the party's advert by the SABC.
The SABC has told the DA to submit an amended version of its election advert after it pulled the commercial claiming it incited violence.