The DA has taken a step closer to its aim of being colour blind in terms of race, which is still one of the party’s most sensitive issues, while it has also called on a fresh approach to redress.  

Racial redress has been the subject of much dispute over the years in SA’s official opposition party, with the question of whether it was a proxy for disadvantage heavily influencing discussions on the DA’s stance on redress and how it must be achieved, among other issues...

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