26.8.2019 08:23 am
The outspoken DA MP claims she’s been having a terrible year in the party, but will continue to fight on, even if it makes her ‘sound like Jacob Zuma’.
After a report in Afrikaans Sunday paper Rapport revealed that the DA may be trying to pursue disciplinary action against their member of parliament Phumzile Van Damme, an unimpressed Van Damme took to Twitter to confirm that she had only been informed of the possible investigation verbally.
The secretary-general has suggested that everyone within the party is happy with the composition of the IPC.
The ANC deputy secretary-general says the ANC is looking into whether votes were bought at Nasrec, and maintains that Dlamini-Zuma’s campaign was actually poorly funded.
What would be best would be for the government to restructure SOEs and bring public-private partnerships, political and economic analyst Daniel Silke cautioned.
These were members and councillors who marched to the ANC’s offices in eThekwini and Moses Mabhida regional offices.
Good and the ANC rise only to snap at the ankles of those who improve lives, MEC Tertius Simmers said.
However, ‘it now opens up another challenge and that is the tensions simmering between Sihle Zikalala and secretary Mdu Ntuli,’ a source said.
‘We will not negotiate the 60/40 split. The [NEC] decision must be carried out and there can be no exceptions,’ said ANCWL spokesperson Thoko Xasa.
Muzi Sikhakhane revealed the dates – October 20 or November 11 – during his arguments in the KwaZulu-Natal High Court on Friday.
This comes after the Afriforum deputy CEO posted a picture of the old flag on Twitter, asking: ‘Did I just commit hate speech?’
The party says, however, it is willing to work with newly appointed eThekwini mayor Mxolisi Kaunda.
A R200K Gupta donation to the DA has resurfaced following Mmusi Maimane exposing a letter showing a R3 million payment to the ANC from Bosasa.
‘The ANC used Bosasa as part of the help that the company was offering,’ said political expert Lesiba Teffo.
The ruling party fails to win five vital Inkatha Freedom Party votes to oust Mashaba as it refuses to join the no-confidence vote, ‘despite his arrogant leadership style’.
‘I stand by my affidavit … we will meet Ace in court,’ said Buyisile Ngqulwana, the secretary-general of the South African Council of Messianic Churches in Christ.