Lindiwe Mazibuko & Democratic Alliance

Lindiwe Mazibuko (born 9 April 1980) is a South African politician, and the Parliamentary Leader for the opposition Democratic Alliance (DA). The Democratic Alliance (DA) is a South African political party, the governing party in the Western Cape province, and the official opposition to the ruling African National Congress (ANC). 5.0/5

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Lindiwe Mazibuko: Former Parliamentary Leader for the Democratic Alliance and the first black woman
In case you missed it: Lindiwe Mazibuko says she is not ready to take the reigns yet, at the Democratic Alliance
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The real reasons Mazibuko left the DA Parliamentary Leadership by Gareth van Onselen ON SUNDAY Democratic Alliance (DA) Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko announced she would not be returning to Parliament post election. She set out her reasoning in an article for the Sunday Times newspaper, in which she argued she intended to study abroad in order to broaden her prospects. She suggested she might return to the DA at some point in the future. From that statement, a singular fact is significant: faced with the prospect of leading a growing party in the National Assembly as the constitutionally recognised leader of the opposition, Mazibuko chose instead to return to university. The loss to the DA and South Africa is profound. Mazibuko was a superstar. How is it that the DA has come to lose someone who embodied all its best qualities? To answer that question, one needs to better understand the current internal condition of the party. Elections, particularly those with that result in growth, are vital to a ...
Helen Zille & the Democratic Alliance should be reminded that many voters of the in South Africa saw the face Lindiwe Mazibuko
As a Democratic Alliance member, I believe The former Parliament leader of the opposition, Lindiwe Mazibuko was the best thing to ever happen to our democracy. Now if the DA really is a multiracial party that we believe it is, it is of my view that our Leader Hellen Zille steps down and open doors for a black face.
Those who were saying we were wrong about black on black violence with the DA must read this one ! I made Mazibuko: Zille Cape Town - Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille has launched a scathing attack against the party’s former Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko claiming she “made” her and that she has “saved” her on many occasions. According to the Sunday Times, this attack has sent shock waves through the DA, which is embroiled in a bitter battle over black leadership. At a federal executive meeting on Friday, Zille said she had made Mazibuko and saved her several times. She implied that Mazibuko had been incompetent and that she had been out of her depth. However, federal executive chair James Selfe said on Saturday that the meeting had not been tense and emotive. “There was an honest and frank debate. It was robust but without rancour and there was a great deal of honesty,” he said. Zille’s attack on her Parliamentary Leader comes a week after Mazibuko announced she was resignin ...
Helen Zille seems to have forgotten that its Lindiwe Mazibuko's forefathers who fought and bled for the freedom that allows a racist old cow like her to even have a space to exist in politics. I detest the Democratic Alliance and all that it stands for, I detest the fact that our democracy allows for such an organisation to exist, the DA is an enemy of the African people and will continue to be. I don't care who says what but I loathe the existence of the DA with an unmatchable passion!
Harvard is Lindiwe's 'Plan B': Zille Going to Harvard University was DA Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko's "Plan B", opposition leader Helen Zille was quoted as saying on Wednesday. In an interview with Beeld newspaper, Zille said Mazibuko would not have been re-elected as the Democratic Alliance's caucus leader. "She would have lost the election... She knew it and many other people knew it. "I am certain that [Harvard] was her Plan B," Zille was quoted as saying in the Afrikaans daily. Zille said last year she offered Mazibuko the position of Gauteng Premier candidate which she declined. Mmusi Maimane became the Gauteng candidate for the DA. Zille told SAfm on Wednesday morning that she had decided to stay on as premier of the Western Cape instead of going to parliament. "We decided I should finish the job I do as premier," said Zille. The DA won almost 60 percent of the provincial vote in the Western Cape in the general elections last week and significantly grew its support base in Gauteng. Mazibuk ...
Mazibuko quits as DA Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko of the Democratic Alliance speaks during an election debate with other political party leaders hosted by the SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Sacci) in Johannesburg. She is flanked by Nqabayomzi Kwankwa of the UDM (L) and Cope's Johannesburg - Lindiwe Mazibuko has quit her job as the DA's Parliamentary Leader, the Sunday Times reported. Mazibuko, who became Parliamentary Leader three years ago, made the stunning announcement to the Sunday Times before she had informed party leader Hellen Zille. She was due to break the news of her decision to leave to study at Harvard University in the US to Zille Saturday evening. Mazibuko's move comes after her public falling-out with Zille in November last year over the DA parliamentary caucus's handling of employment equity legislation. The disagreement led speculation in the party that Mazibuko would be challenged by Zille's new favourite, DA spokesperson Mmusi Maimane, when fresh elections were held for ...
Mazibuko: We are growing: Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko says the Democratic Alliance is growing and ma...
21 minutes agoPretoria - Election results came in at a steady pace from across the country on Thursday morning, but two major cities - Johannesburg and Cape Town - were slow out of the starting blocks.The Western Cape, the country's second richest province, was still in a better position than Gauteng, where major metros had reported little vote counting by Thursday morning, with the City of Johannesburg still to submit data.By 08:00 at the Electoral Commission of SA's (IEC) National Results Operations Centre in Pretoria, of the 2 941 333 registered voters in the Western Cape, 1 192 280 votes had been counted on the national ballot, and 1 165 602 on the provincial ballot.Nationally, the Democratic Alliance had 728 152 votes (61.07%), the African National Congress had received 360 622 (30 25%), and the Economic Freedom Fighters 22 180 (1.86%).On the provincial ballot in the Western Cape, the DA received 735 326 votes (63.06%), the ANC 339 691 (29.14%), and the EFF 19 546 (1.68%).In 2009, the DA won the prov ...
Viva Helen Zille Viva , Viva Mmusi Maimane Viva, Viva antie Pat Viva , Viva Lindiwe Mazibuko VivaAa.Democratic Alliance is the future let's vote for change cummon guys we can make the SA a beter place for all :-)
I feel as if Lindiwe Mazibuko is Democratic alliance puppet.
DA's Mazibuko in hospital: Democratic Alliance (DA) Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko is recovering in *** ..
Mazibuko's vow an empty threat, says ANC The ANC says Lindiwe Mazibuko's warning of impeachment against President Jacob Zuma is nothing more than a rhetorical threat. The ANC on Wednesday dismissed Democratic Alliance (DA) Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko's warning to President Jacob Zuma as an empty, rhetorical threat. "We are aware that, with the election looming, some political leaders will blow plenty of hot air at every direction in order to grab as many headlines as possible," ANC Chief Whip Stone Sizani said in a statement. "There are opposition parties in Parliament who have offered the electorate no alternative or creative ideas since 2009, except to repeatedly call for the president of the country to resign." On Tuesday, Mazibuko vowed to table a motion to impeach Zuma if the Public Protector's report on his private homestead in Nkandla, KwaZulu-Natal, implicated him in wrongdoing. Speaking in the National Assembly during debate on Zuma's State of the Nation address on Tuesday, she told MPs ...
I am just keeping my finger on the campaign pulse! My views, 83 days before voting day. Kgoshi Maepa 12 February 2014 It must be mentioned that till this end, just 83 days before voting day. The only other political party that has presented a manifesto [i.e. policies] and is running a positive campaign outside the ANC - is the UDM [United Democratic Movement]. The other political parties are playing the blaming game. For instance, the DA [Democratic Alliance]; COPE [Congress of the People]; Agang and the IFP – have all but just blamed the ANC and President Jacob Zuma for every other thing since the campaign season started in October 2013. I think their policy positions are NOT clear or at worse know to the 25 million influential voters – except their continued unpalatable strategy of ‘Blame the ANC and Jacob Zuma’, provoke violence and run a NEGATIVE campaign against the ANC. Unfortunately South Africans are tired of NEGATIVITY and VIOLENCE. Subjectively; opposition parties are running a NEGATIVE ...
DONOR MARCH, as part of their frustrations and those of their foreign owners,the Democratic Alliance needs to convince their foreign owners that their Political Project is still relevant & viable, otherwise they're going to look somewhere else. Their Foreign Donors are slowly becoming frustrated with their investment and it does not seem that they stand to reap any returns from it, hence they instructed their local managers to seek merger with Agang. Foreign owners know it very well that the planned Donor March directed at the ANC does not serve any purpose instead it forms part of the tricks by the local managers to deceive their Foreign owners that something is happening, whereas the reality actually favours the ANC. Deep in their minds their Foreign owners know that their DA project is going to fade like a flower & the only thing that'll keep them moving is their abundant cash, instead of political support from the electorate. Both side of the coin favours the ANC, if other parties such as EFF can garn ...
Lindiwe Mazibuko (Democratic Alliance) has experienced every kind of sexism
Democratic Alliance (DA) Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko is the subject of a new tell-all book, written by journalist Donwald Pressly.
It has again become clear that the Democratic Alliance has always been a one man's party, hence the DA will always be adhering to what the leader says. Even local structures can comment on decisions but cannot influence decisions. Helen Zille has once again demonstrated her lack of capacity to lead and take responsibility. She has been scared as the leader of the DA to take up her position as leader in Parliament after the 2009 elections. She has paraded Lindiwe Mazibuko as the future leader of the DA and even parachuted the inexperienced Mazibuko to parliament, which goes to show that a Black face is the ticket to draw votes for the DA. This is the same way that the now defunct Agang leader, Dr. Mamphela Ramphela, another Black face to draw votes and being parachuted to parliament only to be dictated to on what policy proposals to vote for and against. Another chance to eradicate the DA. VIVA ANC!! VIVA
Deres no party that has excuses for its failure like de Democratic Alliance (DA).Always wen I see or hear Hellen Zille ,Patricia De Lille ,Lindiwe Mazibuko n dis Gauteng Muso Maimane guy dey always throw excuses for deir failure.DA is nt a devine party it shouldn't act as such.*Simply my view*
Democratic Alliance Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko said the report was an insult to all South Africans and a smack in the face of real accountability.
Recently Mr. John Steenhuisen, Democratic Alliance (DA) spokesperson for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) in the KZN legislator, responded to my letter that appeared in a local newspaper wherein he made small talk of the discord and uncertain future of the DA. The standoff between pro and anti equity employment bill lobbyists could well be an attempt by the DA to stage transformation in the party by faking a black Coup d'état with Ms Helen Zille surrendering the leadership to Ms Lindiwe Mazibuko in an unconventional manner to lure black votes. A KZN weekend newspaper reported a breakdown in the relationship between Zille and Mazibuko, reaching a point of no return as well as mentioning the existence of a black caucus in the DA. As the result the of the hullabaloo the DA performance in the eThekwini region in 2016 municipal elections could well be affected. The loss of the wards that include the Bluff and eManzimtoti areas is possible. These eThekwini wards 66 and 97 respectively hav ...
Lindiwe Mazibuko of Democratic Alliance. ... Very articulate with her responses. She's representing DA very well. I'm impressed At this very moment, I wish SA was a revolutionary communist government like Cuba. These arguments wouldn't be going on
Qunu - A number of Cabinet ministers arrived at a purple-themed arena where the state funeral of former president Nelson Mandela is set to take place in Qunu in the Eastern Cape on Sunday. Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters, Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson, and Home Affairs Minister Naledi Pandor were among the earliest arrivals at the dome-shaped venue which had been specially constructed for the event. Smartly-dressed guests took their seats on purple chairs in front of a stage lined with two rows of candles and a portrait of Mandela. Black seats have been designated for international delegates and special guests. Western Cape premier Helen Zille said she had not been to Qunu before. “It looks very beautiful,” she said. Both Zille, and Democratic Alliance Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko, said it was an honour to be at the funeral. “It's an amazing moment. It's a privilege to be here alongside his family,” said Mazibuko. Gues ...
Lindiwe Mazibuko - Democratic Alliance is a very clever cookie!
On the panel are foreign minister in the last apartheid government Pik Botha, former host of the South African version of The Apprentice and ANC leader imprisoned on Robben Island with Mandela, Tokyo Sexwale, leading anti-apartheid campaigner Peter Hain MP, the Parliamentary Leader of the opposition Democratic Alliance party, Lindiwe Mazibuko, radical black consciousness activist Andile Mngxitama, and the journalist Eusebius McKeiser.
If white South Africans thought they were sold out and betrayed by FW De Klerk they have not seen anything yet with what the Democratic Alliance (DA) under the leadership of Helen Zille has in store for them. Like any other political party around the world the DA is power hungry and tired of playing second after the ANC. The DA is desperately trying to position itself as the new ANC-lite in order to attract the lucrative so called “black African vote.” It is out to get black votes but at what cost to white South Africans? The DA has reached a ceiling with the traditional support base of white liberals. They have learned that in order to attract black Africans they need more than a madam dancing to Brenda Fassies songs; learning to toy-toy and giving away free T-shirts. The DA has learned that they need tangible redress policies and practical programmes that mirror those of the ANC. Last month the opposition party voted in favour of the Employment Equity Bill, the draft law that aims to regulate demogr ...
Salute South Africans and Africans,as usually let me share with u:The DA in crisis (I) RW Johnson 11 November 2013 The first in a two part series by RW Johnson on what is happening to the official opposition The Democratic Alliance bids farewell to liberalism The decision by the Democratic Alliance to support the Equity Employment Amendment Bill (EEAB) is a historic moment, an enormous defeat for the liberal tradition and a victory for apartheid-era racial classification. The DA fiercely opposed the original Equity Employment Bill in 1998, saying it would be both damaging and would offend every liberal principle. The new Amendment Bill is far worse in that it seeks to extend the principle of demographic representivity, which has crippled the public sector, to the private sector. Yet, despite this, the DA, in its quest for black votes, voted for the Bill. Some weeks later and only after considerable pressure from appalled DA activists and voters, the party leader, Helen Zille, did a 180 degree return and s ...
Parliament should check Zuma out - DA 2013-10-15 20:54 Johannesburg - Parliament should investigate President Jacob Zuma's alleged involvement in the landing of a private aircraft at the Waterkloof Air Force Base, the DA said on Tuesday. "I asked Parliament to establish an ad hoc committee in terms of rule 214(1), to investigate President Zuma’s conduct in the Guptagate scandal," Democratic Alliance Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko said in a statement. Lieutenant Colonel Christine Anderson reportedly said in an affidavit at a military tribunal that she was told by Bruce Koloane that Zuma had been aware of the plan and had personally asked about progress. Koloane was the chief of state protocol at the time, but has since been demoted. A report by the justice department said he and other senior officials had acted alone. Anderson was accused, in a government task team report, of colluding with Koloane to authorise the landing. Allegations about Zuma's involvement were refuted as hearsay by the presid ...
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“Democratic Alliance Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko, who requested the Public Protector investigation (on...
Congrats to DASO VUT!. Democratic Alliance press statement by. Lindiwe Mazibuko MP. Parliamentary Leader of the...
News @ iafrica.com shared the following link: Democratic Alliance will not accept the classification of the Nkandla report as "top secret", according to the party's Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko.
Obama in South Africa : The ANC refused a request by Lindiwe Mazibuko, the Parliamentary Leader of the opposition, the Democratic Alliance, to call Parliament from its mid-year recess to allow Obama to address the National Assembly. “The rebuff reflects in part the strong opposition to American foreign policy from within the ANC’s ranks and those of its alliance partners. Trade Union federation Cosatu will participate in a protest against Obama’s visit on Friday in Pretoria. “Cosatu joins the millions of people and workers the world over, particularly on the African continent and in South Africa, who are outraged at the horrifying record of US foreign policy in the world,” the Trade Union federation said, as it called on its members to join the protests against Obama’s foreign policy during his visit. The South African Communist Party, another of the ANC’s alliance partners, will join the march to the US Embassy on Friday to present a memorandum of demands “calling for the urgent release o ...
(Gordon) Nkandla security upgrades officially classified as top secret Wednesday 26 June 2013 Govt had spent R206 million on security upgrades and consultants at Zuma's private home in Nkandla. Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi says the security upgrades at the private Nkandla home of President Jacob Zuma have been classified as Top Secret in terms of the apartheid-era Protection of Information Act of 1982. Last month, Parliament adopted The Protection of State Information Bill, which is to replace the Act under which the report into the security upgrade was classified. President Zuma is yet to sign the Bill into law. Responding to a written question by the Democratic Alliance's (DA) Chief Whip Watty Watson, Nxesi said the decision to classify the report as Top Secret, was also done in terms of the Minimum Information Security Standards, which are approved Cabinet policy on the Protection of Information. The DA recently asked the Public Works Department for clarification regarding its non-response to an ...
Lindiwe Mazibuko of South Africa's Democratic Alliance says land reform could be tackled more effectively.
Democratic Alliance Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko put phalaenopsis orchids in the toilet urinals. Sunday...
By iafrica.com Newly appointed ANC Chief Whip Stone Sizani turned up the heat in the National Assembly on Thursday with a call for a tax on all fallow farm land in South Africa. Speaking at the end of a debate marking the centenary of the infamous 1913 Natives Land Act, he appealed to Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti to "place a ceiling" on land ownership, with surplus land released to those who needed it. In his first speech before the House since assuming his new office earlier in the day, Sizani provoked an outcry when he appealed to Democratic Alliance Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko to "please talk to your farmers". These farmers were "willing to release [for redistribution] marginal land; they are not willing to release Stellenbosch", he said. He then referred to warders on Robben Island during the apartheid era, who had boasted to political prisoners at the time "that you can take South Africa, but you [can] never have Stellenbosch". This caused an eruption of protests and shouts from oppo ...
Democratic Alliance statement by Patricia Kopane, MP DA Free State Leader Water crisis in at least 26 Free State towns Release: Immediate 18 June 2013 At least 26 towns in the Free State currently have no water at all in certain areas, water supply disruptions, or extremely unhygienic water coming from their taps, a survey by DA public representatives has found. Water problems in these towns are mainly being caused through water treatment plants and pipes that are dilapidated while some dams are completely dry. The DA sent a formal demand to Corporate governance MEC Olly Mlamleli urging her to come up with a concrete action plan to solve this crisis with immediate effect. In the DA’s survey, local public representatives across the Free State were asked about the current water supply status in their towns. The towns identified as currently experiencing a water crisis are: Jacobsdal, Fauresmith, Trompsburg, Bethulie, Smithfield, Zastron, Wepener, Dewetsdorp, Dealesville, Brandfort, Theunissen, Winburg, So ...
Cape Town - The ANC says while it stands by its statement that Democratic Alliance member Lindiwe Mazibuko was inappropriately dressed for Parliament, a statement by its MP John Jeffery was made in reference to her influence and power and not her physical weight.
Lindiwe Mazibuko never ceases to amaze me and make me extremely proud of being an active member of the Democratic Alliance!!! Viva DA!!
00:30 HARDtalk: Sarah Montague talks to Lindiwe Mazibuko, the leader of the Democratic Alliance.
Land reform could be better tackled in South Africa, says Lindiwe Mazibuko of the country's Democratic Alliance -
Have watched this morning's BBC Hard Talk programme with interview with Lindiwe Mazibuko, 33 yr old Parliamentary Leader of the Democratic Alliance. Absolutely bowled over by her handling of the interview. She was totally unfazed by the hard questions posed to her, and gave immediate and articulate replies to all questions. No ducking and diving which we see regularly with our national politicians. She was quite brilliant, and I only wish our President had half the acumen and positive input she could give to the the current South African political, social and economic situation facing us.
Zuma missed opportunity - DA May 30 2013 16:00Sapa Pretoria - A few hours after President Jacob Zuma sought to allay investor fears at an unexpected news briefing on Thursday, the rand dropped to its lowest level in four years. The local currency weakened to R10/$, levels it last reached in March 2009. The opposition Democratic Alliance criticised Zuma's address to the media at the Union Buildings in Pretoria, saying it had been a missed opportunity. DA MP Lindiwe Mazibuko said Zuma should have spoken decisively about the problems facing the economy. "But instead of a plan of action on how to address our economic growth collapse to just 0.9% in the first quarter, we received only more of the vague reassurances which have characterised his term in office," said Mazibuko. She said if Zuma were "serious" about addressing the country's economic problems he would have announced immediate changes to the "winner takes all" labour relations which had caused tensions between competing unions. The briefing was call ...
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"Bad governance thrives under the cloak of darkness." -Lindiwe Mazibuko Opposition leader for Democratic Alliance (DA)
Rewind: DAove White with Helen and Lindiwe: Helen Zille and Lindiwe Mazibuko of the Democratic Alliance dem...
Lindiwe Mazibuko-Parliamentary Leader of the Democratic Alliance,i like this womam ai cha bo!
"Bluntly put, Ramphele's engagement on the race questions I put to her show that, on race, she is closer to the Democratic Alliance's Lindiwe Mazibuko than she is to Biko, her former romantic and political partner." - Political analyst Eusebuis McKaiser. *** ba nyatsi ha *** bolele hore o BCM at heart. When asked whether her party is BC, Mamphela says "South African consciosness", nywe nywe founder of BCM.
"Our message is clear: South Africa is a great country being let down by a weak President. He is the wrong man for these times." - Lindiwe Mazibuko, Parliamentary Leader of the Democratic Alliance 19 February 2013
"It's not a perfect relationship, but we're talking," Democratic Alliance Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko said during a press conference on Friday, following President South Africa's opposition parties are investigating the possibility of contesting the 2014 general elections under one political umbrella. Jacob Zuma's State Of The Nation address on Thursday. "The important thing is the critical reality that we need to work together." The DA, Congress of the People (Cope), Independent Democrats, African Christian Democratic Party, Freedom Front Plus, Inkhatha Freedom Party (IFP), United Christian Democratic Party, Pan Africanist Congress and Azanian People's Organisation all form part of the "multiparty opposition forum" that seeks to unseat the ruling ANC in next year's election. Using the president's address as a point of departure, the group said the time had come for South Africa to experience political change. "We have reached a critical stage in our democracy," said Cope president Mosiuoa Lekot ...
Lindiwe Mazibuko has a lot to carry on her shoulders: at only 32, she is the youngest black woman leader in the Democratic Alliance, the fourth youngest Parliamentarian, a strong voice of the opposition, an active politician and a woman who is frequently attacked for 'lacking authenticity' or for be...
Spread, share, pass on, whatever. but let's get this out there in support of a new Democratic government, and hopefully speed up the process! "South Africa's opposition Democratic Alliance plans to give the ruling ANC a serious black eye in the 2014 elections by winning up to 30 percent of the vote, a party leader has told AFP: "We are aiming for 30 percent," said Lindiwe Mazibuko, the DA's Parliamentary Leader and the woman tipped by many to one day lead the opposition. "I suspect that we will get between 25 and 30 on a sunny day, and between 20 and 25 if it's a particularly uphill battle," she said, acknowledging a likely ANC victory. At the 2009 elections the DA got 16 percent of the vote, but hit nearly 25 percent in 2011 local elections. The ANC has swept all post-apartheid polls and won nearly two thirds of votes in the last national election. An ANC loss in 2014 would be a political upset that would eclipse even Harry Truman's victory over Thomas Dewey in the 1948 US presidential elections. But ami ...
Lindiwe Mazibuko, Parliamentary Leader for the opposition the Democratic Alliance, will be speaking to CNN’s Christiane Amanpour this evening on DSTV Channel 401 at 22:00pm tonight, about the epidemic of rape and violence against women in South Africa
Democratic Alliance's mistress Hellen Zille, its saint Lindiwe Mazibuko & genius elites won't divulge on the number of their membership. . .
May our Lord Jesus Christ Bless the Democratic Alliance, including Lindiwe Mazibuko, Helen Zille and Patricia Delille. May they rule this country until ignorance is deemed an irregularity.
President Jacob Zuma is obsessed with being re-elected because he failed to fulfil his role as president, Democratic Alliance Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko has said.
Democratic Alliance (DA). in itself is a womans league...its Lindiwe Mazibuko, Patricia De Lille and that Helen Zille always in the front...akuna madoda nah?.nxxx hai suka!
THE lack of detailed information about the money being spent on President Jacob Zuma’s home in Nkandla and the growing controversy in the matter lead one to consider more carefully why R250m of state funds were needed for the upgrade. For the past two weeks, I have listened to the Democratic Alliance (DA) and the African National Congress (ANC) trying to explain why the money was either misspent or why it was not. It has been hard to find common ground, yet I have found myself sympathising with Zuma’s exasperation. Whether this will be borne out by the investigations into the matter by the Public Protector and the auditor-general on the instruction of the Department of Public Works remains to be seen. The issue is of political importance for South Africa given the problems of corruption and poverty and one might have expected Zuma to have made an example of how such a project could be accomplished transparently. But Nkandla is in KwaZulu-Natal, where political tension runs high and politicians are sti ...
This comes just weeks before Zuma faces a possible challenge to his leadership at the ANC at the forthcoming elective conference in Mangaung, Free State. “We want a president who will not score own goals for the opposition parties. “Democratic Alliance Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko is now popular because of Zuma... if Zuma wins in Mangaung, people will not vote for the ANC in the 2014 elections. We hope that Comrade Kgalema Motlanthe will avail himself,” the league’s spokesman Klaas Mabunda said. “Even if Motlanthe does not avail himself, we will support anybody who is going to contest Zuma. We want to resuscitate the fading traditions of the ANC.” He said the league was mobilising branches to make sure that Zuma was not re-elected. Mabunda said the attack on the league by the ANC on Saturday had been orchestrated by individuals calling themselves the ANC. statement by:klass mabunda ancyl spokeman limpmpo province.
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Democratic Alliance Parliamentary Leader, Lindiwe Mazibuko, has questioned President Jacob Zuma's explanation on the Nkandla Residence.
Protest gate-crashers label DA's Lindiwe Mazibuko a 'coconut' Sapa, The Times, 10 November, 2012 DA Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko was jeered and labelled a 'coconut' as unionists and teachers gate-crashed a protest march by the party on Friday demanding better education in the Eastern Cape. The dramatic scenes unfolded outside the offices of the provincial education department in Zwelitsha near Bhisho, where the Democratic Alliance's "peaceful" march soon erupted into chaos, the Weekend Post reported. Sadtu and Nehawu supporters wielded sticks and heckled Mazibuko and a group of 500 of her supporters. About 200 protesters loudly taunted Mazibuko while she addressed her followers, singing "amabulu amnyama" (rich blacks or coconuts). "It is like calling black members coconuts, only more derogatory," said DA Eastern Cape provincial leader Athol Trollip. The protesters refused to give reasons for their protest and began chanting "no interviews". However, one woman, wearing a red Nehawu T-shirt, shou ...
Parliamentary Leader for the Democratic Alliance, Lindiwe Mazibuko said today that she is frustrated at the non...
My question for you Lindiwe Mazibuko... Were you for the Democratic Alliance years before or simply jumped ship for employment reasons?
acob Zuma has denied that his home town had been unfairly advantaged with R1 billion in taxpayers’ funds for the Nkandla Mlalazi Smart Growth Centre. Responding to a question from the opposition in Parliament, Zuma said he saw no reason why Nkandla should be “punished” because he happened to come from there. “Should they be punished because they are neighbours to Zuma? I don’t think that is the correct approach,” he said. “Developing that area does not trouble me, it makes me very proud.” Democratic Alliance Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko asked how the president could justify spending money in an area “just 3.2km from your homestead” when other impoverished parts of KwaZulu-Natal were left without basic services. She said that 100km away villages such as Ebizimali and Eqhudeni lacked water and electricity. Zuma responded by naming 23 poor districts nationwide that had been identified by the government as recipients of upliftment programmes. “Development goes where it goes at a ...
Democratic Alliance leader Lindiwe Mazibuko outlines inspiring vision for SA and the continent for
The ANC's core base is alienated by a president who marshals the rhetoric of social justice, writes the Democratic Alliance's Lindiwe Mazibuko.
Lindiwe Mazibuko, only 32 years old, and already Parliamentary Leader for the opposition Democratic Alliance in South Africa !
If there's anyone who convinced me that Jacob Zuma doesn't deserve a second term it is Jacob Zuma himself . To me , it's not a matter of putting food on the table for anyone therefore my views aren't sponsored . Not even those close to me can dictate who I should and shouldn't support . I don't want a political career , some of us aren't interested in being leaders in political organisations , we will persue our careers outside of the ANC and to those who are in the ANC to persue careers like Lindiwe Mazibuko , should be reffered to go join the Democratic Alliance . Pule Mabe is a chameleon , who only cares about his political CV , he's going around befriending people who will help him advance and satisfy his pocket . What these people don't know is that these leaders have pacts , I'm pretty sure Pule Mabe has signed a pact somewhere and will soon be handsomely rewarded for his efforts . I will remind you ! Cde's think with their stomachs , the question is that , how do we erradicate this anti-ANC , anti- ...
Lindiwe Mazibuko RT"5. Who is the leader of the Democratic Alliance in Parliament?
Attention all NMMU students. Tomorrow, DASO host the Democratic Alliance's Palimentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko. Time is 13:20 at North Campus. All are welcome. So bring your friends, family and anyone for that matter. And join us as we bring the Blue Wave to North Campus.
I was busy going through the snip history of Democratic Alliance, indeed this liberal political organistion its misguiding organization which from its birth was full of vampires, now they are using coconuts like lindiwe mazibuko to camouflage their evil intentions to our african people.. The new face of DA cdes its western agents, send by its masters to balance the so called fake democracy in Azania. We must not be mislead son and daughters of the soil by this agents of the west!! I'm also skeptical of our Marikana warriors who can be easily swallowed by this Vampire called Helen Zilles, whom I blve she's having a blood relationship to Lonimins the Killer. Vuka Ma'frika Vuka Qina Msebenzi Qina!!
We had breakfast with Lindiwe Mazibuko, Parliamentary Leader of the Democratic Alliance.
Democratic Alliance via Lindiwe Mazibuko The National Development Plan was officially handed over to government...
Cape Town - The DA plans to make it easier for people to start their own businesses to grow employment, its leaders said on Monday. "We believe that South Africa's failure to grow the economy and create jobs is, in part, a failure to cultivate a nation of entrepreneurs," Democratic Alliance Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko said in Cape Town. Mazibuko and her fellow MPs blamed the ANC for strangling citizens' entrepreneurial spirit through red-tape. The party was unveiling its plan "Building a Nation of Entrepreneurs" - part three of a five part strategy on jobs and growth. It outlined how the party intended ensuring small, medium, and micro enterprises (SMMEs) get off the ground and thrive. Mazibuko gave several examples of how small businesses could drive job creation. "In the United States, SMMEs have created 80% of new jobs over the last 10 years, and form 98% of all employer firms," she said. "In India, the figure is 90%. In Ghana, it is estimated that 92% of all the businesses in the country are ...
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Women ‘must be entrepreneurial to be free’ WOMEN must not merely depend on social grants; they must be entrepreneurs and creators of wealth to unshackle themselves from the chains of patriarchy that still bind many. This was the message to women at the celebration of Women’s Day with the Democratic Alliance (DA) in Katlehong, Ekurhuleni, yesterday. A small crowd turned up to hear several DA bigwigs, including Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko, national spokesman Mmusi Maimane and Gauteng leader John Moodey. Maimane encouraged women to become anything they desired and not to be marginalised. “Women have indeed led the way. In 1956 many from different races fought for equality. Equality cannot be romanticised, it must be seen in real tangible ways. It is not going to be about quotas but the outcome of a freedom women can use,” he said. He said there must be access to education for young girls. “When you travel to the rural communities of Taung and Mangaung you very quickly discover that y ...
Democratic Alliance shared the following link and had this to say about it: The DA offers job creation through better education, basic services, infrastructure & policies to attract investment. The ANC offers helipads for their friends. Lindiwe Mazibuko's speech from KZN today.
Limpopo is a collapsed province, said the Democratic Alliance at its provincial congress on Saturday.
Lindiwe Mazibuko - Parliamentary Leader for the opposition Democratic Alliance. Latest news, views and photos.
The hostility displayed by Cosatu members during a DA march in the Johannesburg city centre on Tuesday was justified, the Trade Union federation said. "DA policies... will create no new jobs... and [will] lead to the impoverishment and enslavement of workers and [an] economic meltdown for South Africa," spokesperson Patrick Craven said in a statement. "That is why workers are so hostile towards [DA leader] Helen Zille's party and want to express their justified anger, most especially when there are confronted on the street outside their federation's head office," he said. Earlier on Tuesday, police used teargas and water cannons to disperse Congress of SA Trade Union members who stopped the Democratic Alliance from protesting outside its headquarters. The DA wanted Cosatu to stop stonewalling a government youth wage subsidy which it believes will create thousands of new jobs for young people. The DA march, headed by Zille, youth leader Makashule Gana, Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko and national spo ...
Lindiwe Mazibuko your spokesperson of Democratic Alliance must first reconcile Hellen Zille and the so-called Eastern Cape "Educational Refugees" before reconciling the two models in the race row. Considering what WHITES did to BLACKS in this land, they (WHITES) must understand that the fact that they are still living here in relative peace, is a privilege accorded to them by BLACKS and that they must not abuse such privilege, but rather be thankful. That skinny b*** and many other insolent whites are abusing this privilege.
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