Lindiwe Mazibuko & Parliamentary Leader

Lindiwe Mazibuko (born 9 April 1980) is a South African politician, and the Parliamentary Leader for the opposition Democratic Alliance (DA). A parliamentary leader is political title given in various countries to lead a caucus in a legislative body, whether it be the countries' respective parliaments or provincial/state legislatures. 5.0/5

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Lindiwe Mazibuko: Former Parliamentary Leader for the Democratic Alliance and the first black woman
Our Woman Crush this Wednesday, is former Parliamentary Leader for DA, .Check her out here
She now is the DA Parliamentary Leader, Lindiwe Mazibuko's spokesperson.
Lindiwe Mazibuko & Mmusi Maimane were both National Spokesperson of the DA before becoming Parliamentary Leader. Phumzile Van Damme is next.
Mmusi will be taking over Lindiwe position as Parliamentary Leader. He's been elected unopposed.
JUST IN: Mmusi will be taking over Lindiwe Mazibuko's position as Parliamentary Leader..
JUST IN: Mmusi Maimane will be taking over Lindiwe Mazibuko's position as DA Parliamentary Leader..
So is it really true that after failling to make a considerable impact 30% target they set That suddenly Lindiwe Mazibuko the black DA Parliamentary leader suddenly decides that he wants to study.. I cant help but wonder though if had the DA got that 30% they wanted plus not lost the official opposition to EFF in both Limpopo n North West I wonder if she would be heading if not running or dumped to go studying at Harvard though. First it was Tony Leon(as DA Parliamentary Leader) who failed to defeat both the Mandela and Mbeki ANC he was then taken out, then Hellen Zille n after the same failure relocated to Western Cape and now Its Lindiwe n she is taken to Harvard. I guess Mmusi Maimane is the new hottie now lol, after 2019 he too will be relocated to business, just wonder though if these blacks arent just used to call n rally more blacks to vote DA and when victory comes they are kicked out, guess Mmusi is the New DA Parliamentary Leader though Hellen the President. Two centres of power lol or is it one ...
Lindiwe Mazibuko, DA Parliamentary leader in the 4th Parliament is RSA, informed her party last night she will be furthering her studies at Harvard and not return to the 5th Parliament - when it sits on the 21st of May to elect new Parliamentary office-bearers and the country's new President. This could mean Mmusi Maimane might be the sole candidate contesting for Parliamentary Leader in 3weeks time when the new DA caucus elect it's Parliamentary leaders.
Lindiwe Mazibuko has quit her top job as Parliamentary Leader of DA. She is off to Havard University in U.S. to study for a year. Mmusi Maimane is the favourite to take over the position from Mazibuko - Sunday Times
This afternoon DA Leader Helen Zille, DA Parliamentary Leader, Lindiwe Mazibuko and the DA Executive Mayor of the City of Cape Town, Patricia De Lille visited Rocklands in Mitchells Plain ahead of Election Day tomorrow in an effort to encourage people to go out and vote.
Rian van Heerden chats to DA’s Parliamentary Leader and Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly, Lindiwe Mazibuko, about the DA's mindset, Ramphele, the political arena and the big DA march to Luthuli House.
Note to editors: This was the press statement distributed at a press conference hosted by DA Parliamentary Leader, Lindiwe Mazibuko MP, DA Caucus Chairperson, Wilmot James MP, and DA Chief Whip, Watty Watson MP on the DA’s expectations ahead of President Zuma’s State of the Nation Address on Thursda...
So, Dr Mamphele Ramphele, her of the Anglo-Saxon accent fame and Steve Biko's baby mama will become the Parliamentary Leader of the Oppisition after the elections. She will replace Lindiwe Mazibuko. Interesting, ain't it..?
President Zuma’s comments on the Constitution an attack on our democracy Lindiwe Mazibuko MP Parliamentary Leader of the Democratic Alliance During the ANC’s 102nd year anniversary celebration yesterday, President Jacob Zuma launched yet another attack on our Constitution. Speaking to members of the community in Mbombela in Mpumalanga, he pleaded to South Africans to vote for the ANC so that the party can gain a two-thirds majority in order to change the Constitution. He also said that the ANC would be in power “forever and ever”. Given President Zuma’s track record of attacks against our constitutional democracy and his growing disregard for constitutional values, it is worrying that he wants complete control over its amendment. It also raises questions about what President Zuma is so eager to change in the Constitution. The South African Constitution is one of the most progressive documents of its kind. While it is a living document and should from time to time be amended to reflect the needs ...
Congrats to DASO VUT!. Democratic Alliance press statement by. Lindiwe Mazibuko MP. Parliamentary Leader of the...
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Dear Lindiwe Mazibuko helen zille is replacing you with the DA's latest Parliamentary Leader: Kenny Kunene!DA Chief Whip: King Zoll!!
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.
Lindiwe Mazibuko is the Parliamentary Leader. Wilmot James is the Federal Chairperson of the DA.
"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
Whenever the defenders of the indefensible ran out of rational arguments, personal attacks are rarely far. This was clear in the YL's ad hominem attack on the Democratic Alliance (DA) Parliamentary Leader, Lindiwe Mazibuko. Their fallacious arguments directly directed at Ms. Mazibuko, should be condemned. Years ago, I realized that an ad hominem attack often is an important signal indicating that the attacker is wrong, very wrong indeed. The YL's statement is nothing else than an open admission by them that they have no more reasonable arguments, that they are resorting to unreasonable notions, and that they have lost not just the plot but also the debate. The YL stated that it "was with great amusement that the ANCYL noted DA Parliamentary Leader, Lindiwe Mazibuko`s comments on the African National Congress`s prospects at the general election to be held in 2014" Unquote. Now, it would be prudent to remind them that the ANC, after the 2011 Local Government Elections, called for a “sober assessment” of ...
I am very much concerned about DA and Lindiwe Mazibuko the Parliamentary Leader, yesterday I saw a clip on news whereby a delegation had gone to Kwazulu Natal to talk to elderly rape survivors. What will such a visit benefit the rape survivors and their families, they claim that they wanted to hear their stories and so what. I believe politics is being abused by the opposition parties in South Africa. I think resources can be channeled to formulating policies that will compete against the ruling party in 2014. I salute the community in Kwazulu Natal that blocked the DA delegation from interviewing those who were affected by such excruciating crimes, lets respect our elderly and at the same time condemn to the highest order the perpetrators of such crime and they must be sentenced harshly and never get away with murder.
For her first interview with a *** publication, the DA’s Parliamentary Leader, Lindiwe Mazibuko, recently met with Mambaonline.
Parliamentary Leader for the Democratic Alliance, Lindiwe Mazibuko said today that she is frustrated at the non...
Note: The following is an extract of a speech made by DA Parliamentary Leader, Lindiwe Mazibuko, at the DA’s Gauteng South Congress today.Colleagues, friends, and fellow democrats:It is wonderful to be here with you today, and to be witness to a great blue wave of change which is sweeping across the...
Lindiwe Mazibuko MP. Parliamentary Leader of the DA - Parliament blocks question to President Zuma on Nkandlagate
Lindiwe Mazibuko, only 32 years old, and already Parliamentary Leader for the opposition Democratic Alliance in South Africa !
" The world “breaks everyone”, it has been famously said, and “afterward many are strong in the broken places”. Lindiwe Mazibuko DA Parliamentary Leader
Lindiwe Mazibuko, Parliamentary Leader of the DA - The ANC of today is a patriarchal organization stuck in the past
Tjo tjo tjo tjo! Zuma wa phoqana straight! In here(Parliament) we(ANC)are the Majority and thats why we sit here and u(DA)sit there! Thats Democracy where the Majority is the main representative as opposed to u(DA)! I really felt sorry for Lindiwe Mazibuko as she looked like she was going to cry or hide under the the chair she was sittin on! The DA must get a new Parliamentary Leader as soon as possible!
We had breakfast with Lindiwe Mazibuko, Parliamentary Leader of the Democratic Alliance.
"The DA is the fastest growing political party in South Africa. It is also the youngest. Let us not forget that Nelson Mandela and Oliver Tambo were young when they challenged the ANC structure of their day." - Lindiwe Mazibuko, DA Parliamentary Leader
Tomorrow, DA Parliamentary Leader, Lindiwe Mazibuko will launch the DA's national Textbook challenge to ANC-governed provinces.
People, you should've seen the DA Parliamentary Leader, Lindiwe Mazibuko in action today, at the DA Regional Congress in Oudtshoorn. This woman is AMAZING, POWERFUL, DYNAMIC! WOW! Speaking on the the R2D2 Corner Stone: Redress. One Nation, One Future!
Gatwe when Lindiwe Mazibuko became DA Parliamentary Leader last year, Blade Nzimande sent her a fruit basket. Filled with coconuts.
Lindiwe Mazibuko - Parliamentary Leader for the opposition Democratic Alliance. Latest news, views and photos.
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