[LISTEN] Maimane explains DA government report card

Opposition leader Mmusi Maimane released the Democratic Alliance's (DA) annual Cabinet report card today. The report carded graded president Zuma with an 'F' and deputy president with an 'E'.

The report card highlighted poverty, unemployment, slow economic growth and state capture as areas of concern. Maimane says that it is sad that the poor performance of Cabinet was not that difficult to ascertain.

What's important to note is that we all lament the high levels of corruption, but we forget that there are actually policy decisions that government fail to implement.

Mmusi Maimane, DA Leader

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