Recently, the Democratic Alliances was facing some devastating situation with so many black leaders and members leaving the party.
Many accused the main South African opposition party in Parliament of being ruled by white people only. When Helen Zille won the seat of Chairperson of the federal, that's were many black leaders started resigning and it never stopped since then.
Today Democratic Alliances had informed public that Siviwe Gwarube who's the Member of Parliament is the Democratic Alliance’s new Chief Whip in Parliament.
She's a black person and replaced Natasha Mazzone who's demoted after some rumors which were on the air for some months now. For me this is a strategy to try to show that the positions at the Democratic Alliances are not for White people only.
"Siviwe will continue with our work of being a strong opposition - holding the Executive accountable while offering workable solutions to address SA's most pressing challenges", says Democratic Alliances.
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