17.10.2019 12:17 pm
The DA leader says he disagrees with those within his party who ‘simply’ want it to be ‘attractive to FF+ voters’.
During an interview on Power FM on Thursday, Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane confronted those within his party who are against the cooperation that has been forged between the DA and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) in some municipalities.
Elections are moments of reckoning. They can either project a party on to a new trajectory or force a party into introspection.
He attributes his resignation to his inability to be part of an immoral process where thousands of students will be robbed of the same opportunities he had.
The ‘battle for the DA’ was meant to take place tonight, but has been cancelled by order of the party’s head of federal council elections.
The ANC and DA could remove Bobani if they vote together, but it’s unclear if they will despite both parties stating they want him gone.
The EFF has resolved earlier this year to cut all its informal partnerships with the DA and ANC.
Breaking into a popular ANC freedom struggle song ‘Senzeni na?’ (what have we done?), Zuma depicted himself as a victim of SA’s criminal justice system.
An analyst says the former president is ‘like a glue on the sole of the ANC shoe’ and his continuing delaying tactics in court show his determination to stick around.
Gumede is embroiled in a mountain of legal battles after she was charged with fraud and corruption in connection with a R208 million tender.
The party says it wants an update to the process made by the state in recouping public money used over the last decade to fund the former president’s legal fees.
The ANCYL was liquidated in July 2018 after failing to pay legal costs of a 2010 defamation case brought by former DA leader Helen Zille.
Smith was, according to a letter calling for the motion, accused of ‘destructive behaviour’ and driving disunity within the caucus.
The cost for conferences, which bring together members from across the country, could run into millions as operational, hotel and food bills pile up.
The report itself is highly controversial, as it is largely based on information from State Security Agency operatives implicated in discrediting Sars officials.
‘Rogue unit’ journalist Rampedi launches petition for judicial inquiry into ‘media capture’ by ‘cabals’
The Sunday Independent journalist has been on the warpath since the narrative about an illegal unit at Sars has made a comeback.