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Dar es Salaam wade through water on Saturday to cross the road following heavy rains. According to the AFP news agency, a bridge in the area was reportedly washed away. A street artist in wellington boots and dressed in the colours of the South
The DA has a plan for harbours and small-scale fishing communities, leader Helen Zille said in Cape Town on Thursday. "The first step is to empower, and listen to the local community where the harbour is located...Voting for the party would allow it
Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille on Wednesday handed out solar power kits to residents of the Chris Hani informal settlement in Hammanskraal, north of Pretoria. Supporters dressed in blue sang and danced as Zille visited different houses as
As the national general elections draw closer, it remains unclear whether the effort political parties are putting into social media marketing will make a difference. "Parties have definitely accelerated their social media use in the election period.
It approached the Independent Communications Authority of SA on Saturday to lay a complaint. Icasa's rules stipulate that it has to hear and decide on a complaint within 48 hours. The 48 hours expired on Monday afternoon. "They [Icasa] wrote to the
Former DA Cape Town metro chairperson Grant Pascoe has reportedly described party leader Helen Zille as neurotic and said his defection to the ANC was his way of sticking it to her. According to the Sunday Times , Pascoe has accused Zille of lying
The Press Ombudsman has dismissed a complaint by the DA stating an apology done by the City Press newspaper on a story it had published was too small, in a ruling released on Friday. "I appreciate the fact that the newspaper admitted its mistake and
DA leader Helen Zille and DA Gauteng premier candidate Mmusi Maimane held a door-to-door election campaign in Jabulani, Soweto, south of Johannesburg on Thursday. Dozens of Democratic Alliance supporters wearing blue T-shirts bearing the party's logo
There have been social advances since 1994 but not economically, Congress of SA Trade Unions general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi said on Thursday. "Our intention to make the second decade of democracy the decade of the poor and marginalised has failed,"
Twenty years since South Africa's first democratic election, remnants of apartheid remain in the workplace, Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant said on Wednesday. "It may be nuanced differently than the crude characterisation at the height of apartheid.