Zweli Mkhize is being boosted by supporters and the Democratic Alliance in KwaZulu-Natal ahead of the 2019 elections. The Hawks are said to be circling him, with reports that they have opened an investigation into him. However, the DA is the incumbent, and the party is confident it will retain the seat. igenius cancer vaccine for lung cancer; igenius cancer vaccine for breast cancer; igenius cancer vaccine for prostate cancer; igenius cancer vaccine for leukemia; igenius cancer vaccine for head and neck cancer; igenius cancer vaccine for sarcoma; igenius cancer vaccine for liver cancer; igenius cancer vaccine for colorectal cancer; igenius cancer vaccine
Zweli Mkhize is on the up again in KZN politics, with two of the region's traditional parties in talks to merge. The move comes after Mkhize's Democratic Alliance rocked the KZN political establishment when it emerged as the region's largest party at the national level in this month's elections. The DA has been in talks with the African National Congress and Congress of the People to create a new alliance, which would make Mkhize the kingmaker in KZN. The move would also make Mkhize the biggest party in the province, surpassing the ruling African National Congress.
Zweli Mkhize, the ANC's mayoral candidate for KwaZulu-Natal's eThekwini municipality, is in a stronger position than ever before to be elected mayor, the latest polls suggest. The Democratic Alliance (DA) candidate, who has been dogged by scandal and allegations of corruption since the campaign began, has struggled to break away from the neck-and-neck contest with the African National Congress (ANC) candidate, incumbent Enver Gajraj. The latest Ipsos polls, however, suggest Mr Mkhize has closed the gap, with the DA's candidate leading Mr Gajraj by just one percentage point. The poll showed that if the election were held today, Mr Mkhize would
The Democratic Alliance has thrown its weight behind Zweli Mkhize, the embattled chief financial officer of KwaZulu-Natal Premier Alan Winde's administration, as the party seeks to halt the rot in the provincial government. The decision to throw Mkhize's name up for nomination for the premier's position comes on the back of heavy-hitting political manoeuvring in the province, with the African National Congress, United Democratic Movement and the Congress of the People all eyeing the premier's post. The DA said it would now support Mkhize, who has been holed up in Premier Winde's offices in the KZN capital since the premier's office was raided by the Hawks on Monday, and said it would work with
Former President Jacob Zuma's high-level government appointments have continued to be a source of speculation in the run-up to the 2019 national elections. On Monday, it was reported that Zweli Mkhize, the DA-led coalition's chief whip in the KwaZulu-Natal legislature, has been approached by the provincial government to take up the position of correctional services minister, a position currently held by Sihle Zoumalvala. The position of correctional services minister is of great importance to the province, which is the country's largest correctional services provider and one of the main providers of correctional services in the country. The appointment of Mkhize, a former correctional services minister, would boost the confidence of the sector
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