The Democratic Alliance holds a media briefing to unpack its resolutions after its virtual policy conference over the weekend. The DA also indicates how it will continue to formulate policy in the run-up to next year’s local government elections.
In the 2019 elections the party will be contesting for the national elections and all nine provinces
The Democratic Alliance briefs the media on the future of Cape Town mayor Patricia De Lille.
The Democratic Alliance (DA) finds itself in an unenviable phase of stagnation. As it approaches its Federal Congress of 7-8 April 2018 it is bogged down in identity battles.
The Democratic Alliance has opened its new campaign headquarters in Bruma, east of Johannesburg. Party leader, Mmusi Maimane says the building will be called Nkululeko House, which means freedom house because it is where the party will boost its effort to bring freedom to poor, unemployed and marginalised South Africans. “Today is a historic day. […]
South Africa’s official opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, formerly known as the Democratic Party (DP), espouses liberal democracy and free market principles.
With the DA”s 5th Federal Congress set to take place this week, Ronesh Dhawraj unpacks what the event is about.
The Democratic Alliance spokesperson Musi Maimane kept his SONA request short and simple on Twitter.
African National Congress (ANC) alliance partners in the Free State have called for the tendering system to be abolished.
The Chairperson of the Ad Hoc Committee of Parliament Amending Section 25 of the Constitution Mathole Motshekga has slammed the Democratic Alliance’s (DA) bid to stop the amendment of Section 25.