Members are not bigger than the organisation: Maimane

Democratic Alliance(DA) leader Mmusi Maimane says it’s sad that the matter between the party and ousted Mayor Patricia de Lille had to end up in court. Maimane addressed residents at Leonsdale Civic Center in Elsies River on the Cape Flats on various issues including the current situation in the City[…]

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Maimane to brief media on Day Zero action plan

DA leader Mmusi Maimane is on Wednesday expected to brief the media in Cape Town on the party’s programme of action to prevent Day Zero, the day when taps will run dry. Day Zero is expected to happen on April 21. Residents will collect water at 200 points in and[…]

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ANC condemns Maimane’s visit to Israel

The African National Congress (ANC) on Thursday said Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane’s visit to Israel confirmed suspicion that the official opposition supported the policies of the Jewish state, and undermined its stated support for self-determination for the Palestinian people. “At a time when the world is increasingly standing[…]

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SA deserves better than Zuma – Maimane

President Jacob Zuma is “dangerous for our fragile democracy,” Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane has said. Speaking at a public meeting in Nelson Mandela Bay ahead of by-elections in the area, Maimane again took potshots at the president, accusing him of corruption and state capture. “This community deserves better and[…]

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Please don’t downgrade us – Maimane

DA leader Mmusi Maimane has pleaded with ratings agency Standard and Poor’s (S&P) not to downgrade South Africa to junk status, ahead of the agency’s decision on Friday. “I want to urge today to S&P. Tomorrow you make a decision about the downgrade – we don’t want a downgrade. The ANC is[…]

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Maimane sets the record straight

Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane has rejected media reports that suggested that his predecessor Helen Zille was still in charge of the party based on an alleged intervention when a senior party leader from the Eastern Cape wanted to quit. Maimane told Parliament journalists that there had been “a lot[…]

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Maimane to lead jobs march in Joburg

Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane will lead a jobs march through the Johannesburg CBD on Wednesday, his party said in a statement. The march will begin at the Westgate Transport Hub, Corner of Anderson Street and Pat Mbatha Busway. The DA said: “South Africans are bearing the brunt of a[…]

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