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Mmusi Maimane doesn’t want DA’s political ‘superstars’

The leader of the new One South Africa Movement says his former party has set itself on a course away from multiracialism after its recent policy conference

No mass DA exodus, for now

Despite growing disgruntlement and a string of high-profile resignations, often by black members, DA rank and file don’t appear to be jumping ship

DA moves to a ‘colour-blind’ future

The official opposition said current ANC policies to undo historic economic injustices have only benefited an elite few

DA policy conference to signal which way party is headed

Party’s policy conference could provide clarity on its future direction and clues about the likely contenders for leadership positions

DA claims Moodey jumped ship before he was pushed

The DA says former Gauteng leader John Moodey resigned from the party amid allegations that he was conspiring against fellow party members ahead of crucial party meetings

Steenhuisen is a shoo-in as DA leader, but he needs help

The biggest challenge for the next leader of the Democratic Alliance will be to get politicians like Mbali Ntuli onside

DA’s Moodey joins leadership race

The head of the Democratic Alliance in Gauteng says he wants to take his experience to the national level

Steenhuisen takes the lead in DA race while Ntuli falters

‘If you want a guarantee buy a toaster. This is politics’

DA suspends Tshwane councillor over allegations of info leaks

Nkele Molapo, a City of Tshwane councillor, has been suspended for allegedly leaking information EFF leader Julius Malema

Is it Msimanga out and Gana in for Tshwane?

The embattled mayor of Tshwane, who has lost favour with some in his caucus, may step down to focus on the 2019 elections

DA to table motion of no confidence in Premier Makhura

The party has blamed the premier for the 144 Life Esidimeni patients who lost their lives

Will the real DA please stand up?

The party leaders boasted that it had emerged more united and diverse then ever, but its newly elected leadership did not reflect the same diversity

DA’s Makashule Gana aims to become Gauteng’s next premier

​The race to become the Democratic Alliance's official candidate for premier of Gauteng has begun in earnest

DA congress: Where to next for the party?

Land expropriation and an internal party debate on race represent some of the DA leadership's challenges in finding the party's new voice.

Introducing quotas in the DA would be a slap in the faces of black leaders ― Moodey

'As a black person, if I am going to be chosen for a position purely to fill in quotas, it’s going to be a slap in my face'

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