Democratic Alliance

 
Letters to the editor: March 22 to 28
Letters to the editor: March 22 to 28
Save our country from another 25 years of failure, incumbency syndrome and majoritarian arrogance.
Editorial: The destruction of Thuma Mina
Editorial: The destruction of Thuma Mina
Thuma Mina. It started as a slogan. A way for President Cyril Ramaphosa to summon the spirit of our country’s struggle history to tackle the...
Hawks’ Steinhoff probe angers MPs
Hawks’ Steinhoff probe angers MPs
South Africa’s law enforcement authorities have again been lambasted for their failure to move on the investigation into retailer Steinhoff,...
Children’s progress is more than kissing babies
Children’s progress is more than kissing babies
Early childhood development (ECD) is universally recognised for its concern with the foundation years of life, focusing on the holistic development...
Shedding loads of tears
Shedding loads of tears
I would like to dissect the term “load-shedding” now to try to get to the bottom of this shared experience.
Is Cyril on a slow train to nowhere?
Is Cyril on a slow train to nowhere?
A president stuck in a train. A country stuck in a rut.
There is a plan for a job in every home
There is a plan for a job in every home
Growing small and medium businesses is a vital component for a thriving economy. They create jobs, promote competition and are often catalysts for...
Transformation strides put DA at a crossroads
Transformation strides put DA at a crossroads
Now that the Democratic Alliance (DA) has taken significant steps to transform itself in response to the need to move beyond representing minorities, the party could enter a chaotic transition, which might change its voter demographics or even lead to the formation of a splinter...
Corruption allegations don’t count, says Magashule
Corruption allegations don’t count, says Magashule
"Treat us like South Africans" was the response from those asked to step aside because of allegations of corruption and poor ethical judgement...
Alarm over PIC Bill pressure
Alarm over PIC Bill pressure
While the Mpati commission continues to deal with claims of Public Investment Corporation (PIC) abuses, a Bill aimed at curbing them is allegedly...
Succession battle harms IFP revival
Succession battle harms IFP revival
The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) once again hopes to exploit the implosion of the breakaway National Freedom Party (NFP) and the lack of public...

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