Newly re-elected DA leader John Steenhuisen believes in transformation in SA but says this should be achieved through empowerment and redress rather than affirmative action, which he opposes.

“We have a huge legacy issue to address in SA in terms of race and gender. The question I have had to think about carefully is what suits SA, and in my heart I know transformation does. It makes sense too within the DA’s policy of an open, equal-opportunity society to fix SA’s education system to give every South African equitable access as well as equitable access to jobs,” Steenhuisen said in an exclusive interview with Business Day...

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