Racism's wounds run deeper than the DA's nonracial economic redress

The party must recognise race and racial injustice - and its effect on human dignity - if it is to stand a chance of becoming a party of government

27 September 2020 - 00:00 By Denis Worrall and David Gant

The emerging policy documents of the DA are deeply impressive, all-encompassing and display an admirable application of intellectual minds and serious research within the party to generate a credible blueprint for economic growth, inclusion and relative prosperity for the South African nation.

However, the party is much more than a think-tank or research institute - it is a political establishment that should have as its primary objective to attract a majority of electoral support, unseat the ANC and become the governing party of our country. We believe it has the potential to do this...

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