The state of Health and Education in the North West Province will be under the spotlight this afternoon when the Democratic Alliance reflects on the first quarter of the year.
According to the party’s spokesperson on Education, Tutu Faleni, the DA will inform the public on issues that were recently raised in the legislature.
Faleni says the media briefing will also focus on the controversial government proposal to build a monument for President Zuma following plans to abandon the idea of erecting a statue.
He says key issues that affect the lives of people in the North West will be under the loop.
“We want to inform the public about the use of private jets by the executive of the North West, what are the recent development and what has happened thus far, as well as highlight the D-account we have raised with the premier, where hundreds of millions was lost from an account that was supposed to be used by elderly tribal people.”
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