All deleted tweets from politicians

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David Maynier (DA) tweeted :

So the truth about what really happened during the “Battle of Bangui”, where fifteen of our elite soldiers died, is finally coming out in SA!…

David Maynier (DA) tweeted :

The fact that call centre managers are on the draft critical skills list is good for the business process outsourcing sector and good for the economy in the Western Cape. cc. @CapeBPO

David Maynier (DA) tweeted :

Cyril was ‘te haastig’ met nuwe OBK-wet… via @Netwerk24

David Maynier (DA) tweeted :

So now national government are cutting funding for students in teaching, nursing and engineering to fund ⁦SAA?…

David Maynier (DA) retweeted @CapeTalk :

RT @CapeTalk: “Refusal to wear a mask on board a FlySafair flight could cost a passenger R100,000 if the captain chooses to divert the flight due to non-compliance.”

David Maynier (DA) tweeted :

The big question is whether the vaccine rollout, which is the responsibility of provinces, is fully funded in SA?

David Maynier (DA) retweeted @Our_DA :

RT @Our_DA: Every child born in South Africa today already owes R67 000 before they have even taken their first breath. And this number is going up as the government continues to borrow more and more. - @geordinhl

RT @ExploreHessequa: WITSAND - We have launched our digital campaign showcasing the individual towns within Hessequa via video content. Have a look at our Facebook Page #ExploreHessequa

RT @NASAPersevere: RT @NASAPersevere: The moment that my team dreamed of for years, now a reality. Dare mighty things. #CountdownToMars…

David Maynier (DA) retweeted @alanwinde :

RT @alanwinde: #WCSOPA2021 📢 "We will face another wave of Covid-19 infections in our country. We must make sure we are fully prepared to save lives, to save jobs & to bring hope back in 2021. To achieve this objective, the Western Cape Government has adopted a four-pronged strategy."