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DA Accused of Publicity Stunt On Kohler Barnard Suspension

The DA has been accused of misleading South Africans on Kohler Barnard issue that made news headlines weeks ago. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); This comes after the DA announced yesterday that Kohler has been expelled from the party following a decision by it's Federal Executive. She was found guilty for making

[DA Exposed] Who Funds The DA

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(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); DA leadership is under fired for refusing to comply with Parliament's Code of Conduct which requires that all members declare sponsorship and gifts above R1500. This is deemed as a serious violation that can lead to suspension of all members who failed to comply. The DA has always

[#FeesMustFall Leaked] See What SA Universities Make Yearly

Universities Make Billions of Rands Yearly The #FeesMustFall campaign continue to gain momentum as we saw more institutions of higher learning protesting agains what they call 'injustices in higher learning.' A report by BusinessTech shows that universities in South Africa are not as broke as they claim to be. The report shows

Open Letter To President Zuma

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Dear Honourable President Zuma Our country's institutions of higher learning are engulfed by flames of angry student's who are protesting against above-inflation fees hikes and privatization of services by arrogant management. These protests have taken more than a week already and we haven't seen much of intervention from our government. In one

President Zuma Suspends Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega

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President Zuma Suspends Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega President Zuma has suspended police commissioner Riah Phiyega today. "President Jacob Zuma has considered the response from the National Police Commissioner, General Victoria Phiyega, received on 28 September 2015, in which she made representations to him as to why the President should not exercise the

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