Date set for first step in possible Zille disciplinary inquiry

2017-03-22 11:29

The DA has set a date for the first steps of a possible disciplinary inquiry into Western Cape Premier Helen Zille's comments about colonialism, the chairperson of the party's federal executive says.

DA mulling 'free and fair elections' clarity case

2017-02-12 19:45

The DA is considering going to court over what exactly is meant by the term "free and fair elections", as it gears up for the 2019 polls, said James Selfe, chairperson of the opposition party's Federal Council

Court to hear DA challenge to ICC withdrawal

2016-12-05 07:26

The DA's challenge to government's decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court is to be heard in the High Court in Pretoria.

ConCourt refuses to hear NPA appeal on Zuma corruption charges - DA

2016-10-07 08:58

The Constitutional Court has refused to hear the NPA's appeal on the judgment which reinstated fraud and corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma, the DA says.

DA to discipline Kannaland councillors

2016-08-18 09:46

DA chairperson of the federal council James Selfe says those in his party responsible for clinching a coalition deal with the ANC in the Kannaland municipality would be disciplined.

DA dismisses coalition agreements reached

2016-08-09 22:39

The DA has dismissed "ANC-inspired rumours" that coalition agreements have been reached, including Luthuli House’s "desperate spin" that the DA is horse-trading control of metros.

We do not and will not do deals with the ANC - DA

DA Federal Executive Chairperson James Selfe said even though they are in negotiations for coalitions, they will not work with the ANC.

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Analysis: Is the DA planning to replace James Selfe?

2016-07-04 09:23

Right now, much talk in the DA is centring around the future positions of James Selfe and parliamentary chief whip John Steenhuisen, writes Carien du Plessis.

DA 'excited' ahead of ConCourt Nkandla ruling

The Democratic Alliance says the Constitutional Court will have to give clarity on many issues when judgement is delivered in the Nkandla matter today. Watch.

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No special treatment for King Dalindyebo - minister

2016-02-19 17:17

Justice Minister Michael Masutha has given his assurances that AbaThembu King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo is classified as a maximum offender and has not received any special treatment in jail or in hospital.


Zille's tweets make it difficult to attract black voters - DA Western Cape leader

2017-03-16 22:47

Acting DA Western Cape leader Bonginkosi Madikizela says former party leader Helen Zille's controversial tweets about colonialism may result in a loss of voter support.

DA in bid to force Zuma to institute state capture inquiry

2016-12-05 09:42

The DA says it will not only oppose President Jacob Zuma's application to have the state capture report set aside, but will also approach the Constitutional Court to force him to appoint an inquiry.

Calling Motsoeneng a Nazi is unacceptable - lawyer

2016-11-24 14:13

The DA's branding of Hlaudi Motsoeneng as a Nazi is completely out of line, the SABC executive's lawyer has said.

DA to take legal action if SABC Board not dissolved

2016-10-02 17:04

Should the Portfolio Committee on Communications not act on its promised dissolution of the SABC Board by Wednesday, the DA will pursue legal options, the party’s Federal Executive chairperson said on Sunday.

DA seems to be in pole position as coalition talks drag on

2016-08-10 12:03

The DA's James Selfe has arrived in Johannesburg to attend three separate meetings to thrash out the details of possible coalition deals in the various hung municipal councils.

EFF coalition demands testing ANC faultlines

2016-08-08 22:15

Coalition talks have exposed faultlines in the ANC’s loyalties ahead of its 2017 electoral congress – and the EFF is seemingly stoking the flames with some of its alleged demands.

'Vote DA, no vote ANC' - parties in jovial mood at IEC

The mood in the corridors of the IEC Results Operations Centre in Tshwane has been one of laughter and determination.

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ConCourt must tell us if Zuma is liable for impeachment - James Selfe

2016-03-31 09:28

The DA's James Selfe says the Constitutional Court will have to give clarity on numerous issues - including whether President Jacob Zuma is liable for impeachment - when it hands down judgment in the Nkandla matter.

Top tier DA officials to brief media on spy tapes

2016-02-29 07:16

The Democratic Alliance will brief the media on the status of the so-called “spy tapes” saga ahead of arguments due to be made before the North Gauteng High Court.

DA pleased with Motsoeneng judgment

2015-11-27 16:21

The DA is pleased it had won a judgment declaring the Communications Minister Faith Muthambi's appointment of suspended SABC boss Hlaudi Motsoeneng unlawful and irrational.

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