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Steenhuisen takes the lead in DA race while Ntuli falters

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

‘Charge the ANC as a racketeering enterprise’ — DA to Batohi

The DA intends to formally approach the National Prosecuting Authority to have the ANC investigated as a criminal enterprise

Eskom’s price hike will hit jobs, place handbrake on economic growth

The National Energy Regulator of South Africa announced that Eskom’s tariffs will increase by 9.4% in 2019, 8.1% in 2020 and 5.2% in 2021

De Lille lays fraud, defamation charges against DA members

Patricia de Lille says she has also laid a formal party complaint regarding the distribution of a forged post on social media

State Capture commission in possession of original #GuptaLeaks hard drive

The hard drive consists of tens of thousands of Gupta-linked emails that detail the extent of the family’s role in state capture

DA launches 2019 election campaign

"One South Africa for all" was announced as the campaign slogan

De Lille motion of no confidence goes ahead despite concerns of irregularities

Tensions are running high in the DA's Cape Town caucus as another motion of no confidence in Patricia de Lille is expected on Thursday

DA launches latest fight back against De Lille

The party now fears that every disciplinary decision that the FLC has taken since 2011 could be overturned or come under scrutiny

DA moves to oust De Lille again

The saga continues as Democratic Alliance confirms it will appeal high court judgment that reinstated De Lille’s membership

DA FedEx adopted Steenhuisen report findings without seeing proof of wrongdoing

Patricia de Lille has sought to take the Steenhuisen report, which repeated allegations of misconduct against her, under judicial review

‘We may have over-reached’ — JP Smith on trying to curtail De Lille powers

The DA intends to table a new motion of no confidence against De Lille in council with Smith saying it could happen before the end of July

De Lille’s scathing open letter to Mazzone

'It is disgusting that you attack the judiciary. Please leave my Advocate Dali Mpofu SC alone'

De Lille: ‘DA must pay more than R1m for my legal fees’

The court set aside the DA's "unlawful" determination that De Lille had ceased to be a party member following comments she made on radio, with costs

De Lille’s review of Steenhuisen report postponed to November

De Lille wanted to ask the court on Thursday to compel the DA to submit evidence used in to formulate the report

De Lille back in court to challenge Steenhuisen report

On Wednesday, the high court set aside the DA's decision to terminate her party membership over comments she made during a radio interview

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