DA National Spokesman Mmusi Maimane and the Mpumalanga DA leadership will tomorrow conclude National Heritage Month celebrations with a number of traditional leaders and tribes in the JS Moroka municipality.
Members of the Executive Council (MECs) will on Friday answer questions for oral reply to the Mpumalanga Provincial Legislature. Questions will be asked of a number of MECs, including community safety, security and liaison, education, health and social development, and agriculture.
DA federal chairperson, Dr Wilmot James will on Thursday launch a trust fund aimed at saving Pilgrim’s Rest. The fund will be used to cover legal expenses in the fight to save this historic landmark and prevent large scale jobs losses.
Provincial DA leader Anthony Benadie will tomorrow attend a public meeting with residents of Thaba Chweu, where he will provide report-back on DA responses to poor governance issues as raised by residents on February 2.
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Provincial Chairperson of the DA, James Masango will tomorrow assist the parents of learners who were left stranded by scholar transport in the Phola/Ogies area, to lay a complaint with the Human Rights Commission in Nelspruit. The complaint stems from government’s failure to provide learners with equal opportunity at receiving a quality education.