IN THE NEWS


OPPOSITION parties in the Eastern Cape say they’ve had enough of the talk – they now want action from the government against corruption. Yesterday, political parties in the Eastern Cape legislature debated Premier Phumulo Masualle’s state of the province address (Sopa) which he delivered last week Friday. The opposition was united in calling for the state to deal more radically with corruption and greed instead of throwing around phrases like …


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PRESS RELEASES


Eastern Cape Social Development MEC Nancy Sihlwayi and her HOD, Stanley Khanyile, must take full responsibility for the precarious plight of over 2 000 children who depend on the services of East London Child Welfare (ELCW). A caring provincial government would never abandon the most vulnerable members of our society, namely our children.  The DA will continue to fight against the unnecessary difficulties these children and the ELCW has been …


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SPEECHES


INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT MUST BE A FOCUS AREA IN ORDER TO GROW THE ECONOMY AND CREATE JOBS Invest in infrastructure to grow the economy and create jobs. With economic growth comes greater opportunity for job creation. The Democratic Alliance is coming for the Lost Generation. Honourable speaker, honourable premier, honourable members and guests, good afternoon. Honourable speaker, the Premier cited in the State of the Province Address that our economy was …


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QUESTIONS


Question papers 2017

January 23rd, 2017

IQP 39 third session IQP 40 third session IQP 1 fourth session IQP 2 fourth session IQP 3 ORAL IQP 4 fourth session IQP 5 fourth session IQP 6 fourth session IQP 7 ORAL IQP 8 Written

LETTERS AND OPINION


Let’s build streets of no fear

February 21st, 2017

THE allegations made in the rape case reported in the Daily Dispatch of February 14 refer. Women live under a constant threat of violence and rape and to our sorrow South Africa continues to have the highest rape statistics in the world. We appeal to all readers to embrace our constitution. The time has come to speak up. Let’s unite to build a safe, caring society for the sake of …


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SPEAK OUT


Let’s build streets of no fear

February 21st, 2017

THE allegations made in the rape case reported in the Daily Dispatch of February 14 refer. Women live under a constant threat of violence and rape and to our sorrow South Africa continues to have the highest rape statistics in the world. We appeal to all readers to embrace our constitution. The time has come to speak up. Let’s unite to build a safe, caring society for the sake of …


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