All deleted tweets from politicians



Lead Conservative Regional Member of the Welsh Parliament (Formerly the National Assembly for Wales)

Liezl van der Merwe (IFP) tweeted :

We announced earlier this year that we’ll pilot Private Member’s Legislation through Parliament to compel companies to hire South Africans first. In restaurants, security, beauty, agricultural sectors, Uber etc. Here’s the link… #PutSouthAfricansFirst #8020

David Maynier (DA) retweeted @MvelaseP :

RT @MvelaseP: "You can keep your flea-infested body at peace and sit down." - Lindiwe Sisulu to the DA's David Maynier in parliament 6 years ago today.

@chiefmringo But they have seeing us (side by side with MPs)with him in Parliament and other functions. Why would they apply a different mentality just because we are in Japan.

David Maynier (DA) retweeted @alanwinde :

RT @alanwinde: Good afternoon, WC! 🇿🇦 This afternoon, members of the Western Cape Provincial Parliament will have the opportunity to debate SOPA. I look forward to each member's response and input, and I urge you all to watch the debate live on Youtube:

RT @EsethuOnDuty: MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT OUTSIDE PARLIAMENT Join us later today through the Parliament TV Channel 408, SAfm and a select number of community radios as Minister @MbalulaFikile shares @DoTransport’s roadmap for transport for the year ahead. #FixingTransport

RT @alanwinde: RT @alanwinde: Delivered my final budget vote speech in parliament today, as Minister of Community Safety in the Western Cape.…

RT @EFFSouthAfrica: EFF is leading a motion in Parliament today for the remaining of Cape Town International Airport in honor & memory of Mama Winnie Mandela Do you agree with the EFF that Cape Town International Airport must be renamed? #WinnieMandelaInternationalAirport #ChooseWinnieMandela

RT @GhalebCachalia: RT @GhalebCachalia: Terror dropped a bombshell in parliament today. ANC and Cyril must answer.…

RT @GvanOnselen: My favourite part of Yunus Carrim’s speech in parliament, leading the ANC charge to shut down the Scorpions in 2008. Today he still chairs the finance committee, thanks to Zuma. But claps for Ramaphosa. What a wonderful life for a man who sold his soul.