Interdict preventing Mdluli from working a victory says DA

“The interdict preventing controversial spy cop Richard Mdluli from performing any police duties, pending the outcome of a judicial review, is a victory for all South Africans,” says DA spokeswoman Dianne Kohler-Barnard

“The Democratic Alliance concurs with the court that the allegations of fraud, murder and theft levelled against Mdluli are not ‘normal allegations’ and that they erode trust in the SA Police Service.”

She said the DA agreed that it was of public importance that the matter be dealt with speedily to restore confidence in the police and criminal justice system.

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Annette Lovemore, DA-LP, het gister uitgewys navorsing toon tot 4000 onderwysers verlaat die land jaarliks, wat sy toeskryf aan traagheid by die regering om onderwysers op te lei, te werf en te behou.

Na haar mening kan verskeie stappe gedoen word om onderwysers vir Suid-Afrika te behou en te verseker dat gekwalifiseerde onderwysers plaaslik werk kry.

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DA parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko angered ANC MPs yesterday when she accused President Jacob Zuma of putting his ambitions before those of the country.

Mazibuko’s request to Zuma not to avail himself for re-election at the ANC’s elective conference in Mangaung in December seriously irked ANC MPs, including a number of ministers.

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