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John Henry Steenhuisen

Date of Birth: 25 March 1976
Place of Birth: Durban


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Moscow invasion strains bilateral ties

Diplomats from North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) member states boycotted the event and Democratic Alliance leader John Steenhuisen lambasted senior SA state officials and military top-brass for attending...


ANC faces post-poll turmoil

But DA leader John Steenhuisen refused to serve in coalitions with the ANC or the radical EFF due to fundamental differences on governing principles...


Apathy and infighting hit ANC

DA leader John Steenhuisen has set a target of 24% in the poll but that looks highly ambitious especially since several splinter movements from the DA will run candidates...


Who runs the Western Cape?

Plato meanwhile is close to influential Cape Town councillor JP Smith who is said by party insiders to have become increasingly estranged from DA national leader John Steenhuisen which may be the reason Plato has been dropped as the mayoral candidate...


Ill fares the ANC

Opposition Democratic Alliance leader John Steenhuisen described the parole move as 'unlawful' and making a mockery of parole conditions...


Who runs KwaZulu-Natal?

Ntuli is a former leader of the DA youth wing and in October 2020 unsuccessfully challenged John Steenhuisen for the leadership of the party after Mmusi Maimane left...


Cyril and Ace's linked fates

DA leader John Steenhuisen says he has been reliably informed that serious conversations between the government and vaccine manufacturers only began this year after the controversy erupted and that his party intends to submit detailed parliamentary questions in the upcoming session to get to the bottom of the matter...


In virus veritas

Interim party leader John Steenhuisen has kept quiet on Zille's tweets giving the impression that he either agrees or lacks the stomach to challenge her though Steenhuisen has at least – successfully – asked Zille to stop tweeting...


Heroes and villains in the pandemic

The Democratic Alliance's John Steenhuisen criticised the lack of data behind the government's lockdown policy and was accused of playing politics while the usually vocal Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has been reduced to toeing the line and making the occasional noise on social media...

The Democratic Alliance's interim leader John Steenhuisen criticised Ramaphosa's extension of the lockdown saying the 'absence of empirical data and modelling makes it very difficult to simply agree that a lockdown extension may be an effective means to curb the spread of Covid-19...


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