DA calls on SAPS to act decisively against Malema’s incitement to violence and EFF’s destruction of property

The DA strongly condemned the EFF’s incitement of violence and the resultant malicious destruction of property at Clicks stores countrywide, and called on the SAPS to take immediate action.

Read it here: https://www.da.org.za/2020/09/da-calls-on-saps-to-act-decisively-against-malemas-incitement-to-violence-and-effs-destruction-of-property

DA calls for stronger mechanisms to prevent public servants from doing business with the State

In the war on corruption, the DA called on the Minister of Public Service and Administration to urgently engage the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) to strengthen mechanisms to prevent public servants from doing business with the State.

Read it here: https://www.da.org.za/2020/09/da-calls-for-stronger-mechanisms-to-prevent-public-servants-from-doing-business-with-the-state

This weekend at the DA Policy Conference:

Delegates adopted the economic justice policy with overwhelming support: a seminal moment where we can now offer a just and workable economic alternative for all South Africans.

Delegates also agreed on the 18 core values and principles that will underlie all policy decisions that the DA will make in the future, including nonracialism.

The policies adopted indicate the Party’s firm commitment to building a prosperous SA. The nation desperately needs a totally fresh approach to redress and inclusion.

WATCH the full policy conference briefing here: https://youtu.be/QSr4X367dsI