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AFR: Lindiwe Mazibuko (gebore 9 April 1980) is die nasionale woordvoerder van die Demokratiese Alliansie. bron ENG: Lindiwe Mazibuko (born 9 April 1980) is a South African politician, and the Parliamentary Leader for the opposition Democratic Alliance (DA). She is the country's fourth youngest parliamentarian, after the African National Congress's Mduduzi Manana, Congress of the People's Luzelle Adams, and her DA colleague Masizole Mnqasela, and has varyingly been labelled a "rising star in Parliament" and a possible future DA leader. She was elected the new DA parliamentary leader on 27 October 2011, beating incumbent Athol Trollip in a tight race. A graduate of the University of Cape Town, Mazibuko wrote a paper on the Democratic Alliance after then party leader Tony ...
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The political sands are shifting in SA - Lindiwe Mazibuko

The DA will deliver real freedoms to every South African Note to editors: This is an extract of a speech delivered by DA Parliamentary Leader,Lindiwe Mazibuko MP, at the DA's Freedom Day Celebrations in Inanda, KwaZulu- Natal. I am absolutely thrilled to come home to KwaZulu-Natal, and to my home city, Durban. It is especially wonderful to be here on Freedom Day. I don't know about you, but I feel something profound is taking place in South Africa. I feel that the political sands are shifting. I can feel the changing of hearts and minds. Freedom-loving South Africans are realising that ...

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