The DA, and Phumzile Van Damme in particular, plan to probe Facebook on election misinformation during a Parliamentary meeting on 25th May.
This week’s africast discusses the final hurdle for the Matric exams and the odd request to Facebook from the DA.
Unisa will have 20 000 less students in 2021.
The Sunday Times has admitted to breaking the press code by failing to alert readers to sponsored content, the DA has claimed.
Residents are still required to use 50 litres of water or less per day, however.
As Zuma packs his bags South Africa waits to find out who our new president will be.
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The passing of the motion is a crucial step in achieving this as it mandates the DA provincial government to get the ball rolling on the matter, Vos explained to htxt.africa.
The Gauteng Government currently spends R40 million a year on ICT.
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The DA reckons such an amount could be put to better use.
The SABC revealed in May that they had applied for a bailout.
Government wants to merge Broadband Infraco and Sentech into the State Infrastructure Company.
Opposition were not happy with some of the choices elected to serve on the SABC board.
The DA and EFF had applied to the High Court to have Brian Molefe’s return to Eskom ruled invalid and to bar him from performing any executive duties.
The DA and EFF both applied and were granted the opportunity to argue against Brian Molefe’s reappointment as Eskom CEO.
The DA had made its application earlier today and will now be able to argue the substantive issues pertaining the reappointment of Molefe.
The SABC is yet to take any action on a number of employees found to have been involved in dealings including nepotism and bribery.