If the ANC government refuses to listen to the hundreds of thousands of South Africans that have lodged objections against expropriation without compensation, then we will have no choice but to take them on in the Constitutional Court!

This is the case we’ll make:

Land reform can already take place without a constitutional amendment to Section 25 because the state already has the power to expropriate land provided they pay for it (there is just and equitable compensation).

If the government amends Section 25 of the Constitution to implement expropriation without compensation without conditions (removing the need for just and equitable compensation), then such a motion would offend Section 1 of the Constitution, collapsing the core underlying values of our Constitution, and putting your right to own a home, land or business at risk.

You can help us take this corrupt government to court!

Please consider making a contribution.

bring change

On 8 May 2019, you have a choice between more of the same corruption and criminality from the failing ANC, or change that can unite South Africa, under a DA government.

Help us spread this message to more people across the length and breadth of South Africa.


The 2021 election will be the Energy Election.

It will be the election where you choose a future in the dark, or a future where you have electricity.

Electricity that means you have a job to go to, that gives light to allow your children to do their homework, electricity that powers your electronics, and that cooks your food.

Make sure that your municipality is DA-run after the 2021 Energy Election. Our shared future depends on it!


While others try to divide, we are working to unite and build.

As the DA, we will never abandon the need to build a country that belongs to all who live in it.

United in our diversity, we shall stand and overcome our challenges!


Following the success of our manifesto launch at the Rand Stadium in  Johannesburg, it’s time to take the message of change and hope country-wide!

Sona 2019

President Ramaphosa has shown that under the ANC, the Station of the Nation, was rather a State of No Action.

Whatever his intentions, the President is constrained by the ANC, and is unable to act. He will not be able to stop his party’s intention to expropriate private land, homes and businesses without compensation.

Time is running out to save your right, and the right of your children, to own property without the risk of it being taken away by government.

Make a donation to protect our sacred constitutional rights.

If you stand for individual property rights and a growing economy, then stand with a party that will protect that right!

Registration weekend

This weekend is the FINAL chance to get DA supporters registered to vote. We will be sending millions of text messages, calling millions of voters on the phone and visiting hundreds of thousands of people at the doorstep. Our goal is simple: making sure every last DA supporter is registered to vote.

Can you chip in and help us register voters this weekend?

The ANC is employing apartheid strategies

In a strategy called ‘prescribed assets’, that was used during apartheid, the ANC government wants to use ordinary South Africans’ savings to finance the bankrupt and corrupt SAA and Eskom!

If we do not take action, this will undoubtedly lead to further ratings downgrades and drive away foreign investment, consigning millions more South Africans to poverty and hopelessness.

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Cyril on land expropriation

At the ANC’s 107th birthday celebration, the ANC president – flanked by his self-confessed “brother”: former president Jacob Zuma – confirmed that expropriation of land without compensation was going ahead whether South Africa likes it or not.

This election, if we do not stop an ANC & EFF two-thirds majority in Parliament, we risk losing many more of our democratic rights to this ‘coalition of corruption’.

Scrap etolls

No Gauteng resident should be expected to sink hard-earned money into a scheme that sees 97% of the profits go back to the Austrian company that built the ridiculous tolls in the first place.