DA Leader, John Steenhuisen, unpacks why, as the biggest political party backing reform unequivocally, the DA is the strongest force for reform in South Africa.
The DA welcomes the urgent interdict to halt an agreement that would force all employers in the fast-food, restaurant and catering industry to increase wages, among other business- and job-killing moves.
It would appear that the National Prosecuting Authority in KwaZulu-Natal has decided not to press ahead with criminal charges brought against Premier Sihle Zikalala for flouting lockdown regulations last year.
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The DA on coalition governments and the realignment of politics
Looking towards the municipal elections and beyond, a conversation has been sparked about where the DA stands on coalitions, the realignment of politics in South Africa, and how we can bring people together to build a new majority around shared values.
“We will not go into a formal coalition with any party, including the ANC, if it means compromising on our core principles.
We are all for pragmatism, but only where it promotes our vision of an open, opportunity society for all.” – John Steenhuisen, DA Leader
The DA is the strongest force for reform and progress in South Africa, where we govern we have proved this.
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