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De Lille announces new party to contest 2019 elections

The former Cape Town mayor said her party will 'put people before politics' and will contest in all nine provinces

‘People scream racism to cover up corruption’— Maimane

The Democratic Alliance leader continues his war of words with councillors who claim racism

De Lille to take Bowman report to court

Patricia de Lille has refused to say whether or not she will rescind her resignation

Five Cape Town councillors resign in support of De Lille

Both caucus deputy leader JP Smith and outgoing mayor Patricia De Lille confirmed the resignations

DA says no notice of De Lille’s rumoured plans to stop resignation

The DA has once again been swept into drama over rumours that Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille is planning to retract her res​ignation

Evidence in the De Lille dossier

The Cape Town mayor’s supporters and her critics feel disappointed by her resignation deal

De Lille-DA judgment to be delivered on Tuesday

Judges Patrick Gamble and Monde Samela will make their ruling around lunchtime on Tuesday

De Lille takes on Limberg over SMS

The embattled politician is challenging the veracity of the message

SMS De Lille allegedly sent to influence who became Cape Town’s city manager surfaces

De Lille is accused of sending a text message to a selection panelist to influence the reappointment of Achmat Ebrahim as city manager

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