Democratic Alliance

"Our congress showed that we are a truly diverse party with a common purpose."
"Next year we don't have a choice. We better be a government right here in Gauteng. Forward DA, forward," said Mmusi Maimane at the DA's Federal Congress.
"I unashamedly support the Field Band Foundation in my personal capacity," said Johannesburg's mayor.
It was revealed last week that the state would be paying for the former president's legals fees, as per an existing agreement.
The DA opened the nomination process on March 5 and closed it on Friday. No one was nominated to contest the leadership position against Maimane.
The Concerned Residents Action Group believes the city has no legal right to impose conditions on boreholes and other groundwater sources.
There are two main reasons for 'evaporating Ramaphoria' right now, says the DA's James Selfe.
The party held a briefing on Monday morning to discuss land, and its plans for land-reform that do not require constitutional amendments.
"So, these people, when you want to hit them hard – go after a white man," Malema said.
ANC cannot steal public money and then expect us, the people, to pay for it, says DA leader Mmusi Maimane.
The Public Protector has released her findings into allegations of a violation of the executive member's ethics code by Minister Lynne Brown.
"I love the DA, and am committed to building a better future for SA with a party I love," van Damme said after announcing her resignation.
Mmusi Maimane takes political control of "our respective governments' responses to the situation" and assembles a #DefeatDayZero team on the water crisis.
"There are different factors [that] play a role in this crisis, but from my experience, the DA are not carrying the blame for this."
The report accuses De Lille of abusing her power as mayor to ensure the appointments of those she favours.
A profile of the Cape Town mayor reveals a political survivor – from shop steward to becoming the first woman to lead a South African political party.
The federal executive has resolved that the mayor be formally charged and investigated by the party’s federal legal commission.
The infighting and decision by the federal executive comes as Cape Town officials grapple to deal with the worst drought in more than a hundred years.
Ongoing conflict in the political and administrative arenas plus the effects of the drought could be 'a toxic mix' to sink the DA's 2019 election prospects.