Secrecy, cover-ups and protectionism: DA gives ‘post-Zuma’ sixth Parliament the thumbs down

DA leader John Steenhuisen outlined the party’s review of the sixth Parliament’s performance.

Brenton Geach/Gallo Images

The sixth Parliament has been the most challenging yet in South Africa’s democratic dispensation.

This is according to DA chief whip Siviwe Gwarube, who looked back on the official opposition’s year in both Houses of Parliament.

On Tuesday, Gwarube and DA leader John Steenhuisen addressed a media briefing outlining the party’s success over the past year.

South Africans need to be in the know if we want to create a prosperous future. News24 has kept the country informed for 25 years, and we’re about to enter a new chapter of fearless journalism. Join our free subscription trial to unlock this story and a world of news aimed to inform, empower, and inspire.