The DA submitted a PAIA request to the ANC President for all the minutes of every meeting of the ANC’s cadre deployment committee that has taken place since 1 January 2013 – when Ramaphosa reportedly became its chairperson.
Read more: https://www.da.org.za/2021/02/da-submits-paia-request-to-ramaphosa-for-minutes-of-anc-cadre-deployment-committee-meetings
The DA called for charges to be brought against former President Jacob Zuma as he has refused to appear before the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture this week.
Read more: https://www.da.org.za/2021/02/full-force-of-the-law-must-be-visited-on-jacob-zuma-for-his-failure-to-appear-before-the-zondo-commission
As schools reopened, the DA announced a series of oversight visits to schools across the country to monitor and assess the situation.
Read more: https://www.da.org.za/2021/02/da-wishes-learners-and-teachers-well-for-the-2021-academic-year
The DA is submitting a petition against the government’s plans to extend license fees to streaming services such as Netflix, which is 16 364 signatures strong.
Read more: https://www.da.org.za/2021/02/da-petition-receives-thousands-of-objections-against-netflix-showmax-licence-fee-proposal
The DA welcomed the decision taken by the government to open all land borders from today, 15 February. “SA’s land-based ports of entry are vital for the country’s access to regional markets. Closing them in the first place was an ill-informed decision.”
Read more: https://www.da.org.za/2021/02/da-welcomes-the-decision-to-open-all-land-ports
The DA is demanding an explanation as to why two high-ranking officials associated with the controversial R118-million New York Pilot Project have not been placed on suspension together with the Dept. of International Relations and Cooperation’s (DIRCO) Director-General (DG).
Read more: https://www.da.org.za/2021/02/dgs-suspension-merely-a-smokescreen-to-protect-other-high-ranking-officials-at-dirco
The DA is requesting that Facebook be summoned to Parliament to account on several matters including its role in misinformation and the protection of the digital privacy of its South African users.
Read more: https://www.da.org.za/2021/02/da-calls-for-facebook-to-be-summoned-to-parliament