The DA, and Phumzile Van Damme in particular, plan to probe Facebook on election misinformation during a Parliamentary meeting on 25th May.
Following the DA’s desire to have Facebook appear before a Parliamentary committee to discuss misinformation, Facebook says it’s open to it.
You now have until 17th September 2020 to submit comments on the Draft Film and Publications Regulations.
DA leaders will visit SMME hubs in Jozi and Tshwane this week.
The Sunday Times has admitted to breaking the press code by failing to alert readers to sponsored content, the DA has claimed.
The Democratic Alliance is heading to Pretoria’s High Court today to review Brian Molefe’s reappointment to Eskom.
Brian Molefe is back at Eskom as CEO and the DA is having none of it.
The DA says that if the SSA illegally tapped journalists’ phones, it must be held to account.
The City of Tshwane, under the new DA administration, will be conducting a review to see how best it can get value for money from the free WiFi project.
The Bill if passed, would see the SABC lose most of its independence and fall under the almost-total control of the ANC.
The DA wants migration efforts to be spear-headed by the Ministry of Telecommunications and Postal Services instead, as Muthambi is about to miss yet another deadline.
The DA, meanwhile, is vehemently opposing the application.
“This is not a regime South Africa needs to align too closely with.”
The official opposition party is not happy that the SABC has withdrawn the live coverage of its elective congress.
The Western Cape High Court ruled that Motsoeneng should be suspended pending an investigation.
Mmusi Maimane calls for greater investment in renewables and privatisation of the grid.
SANRAL’s latest strategy just fuels the public’s distrust and seems to have been developed by people who are determined to alienate the public as much as possible. The Times has an article titled “Sanral can’t honestly hope to keep public in dark” which begins with this: According to Business Day, the application for secrecy on […]
The SABC has decided to temporarily flight the DA’s Ayisafani ad.