Patricia de Lille calls it quits as DA Western Cape leader

Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille has announced her resignation as Democratic Alliance (DA) leader in the Western Cape.

De Lille's resignation will be effective from the February 1. DA spokesman, Mabine Seabe, confirmed the resignation to 702.


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