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As DA members deliberate over the party's policy offering this weekend, they will also have to think about what the two candidates vying to become federal leader next month, have to offer.

This week, interim DA leader John Steenhuisen sent out a "compacted version" of his manifesto to representatives.

KwaZulu-Natal legislature member and former DA Youth leader Mbali Ntuli was the other leader who availed herself to take the party into the future, including the 2021 local government elections.

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