Mayor Patricia de Lille talks about her decision to step down as DA leader

Mayor Patricia de Lille says she was not pushed by anyone and that she does not live or survive by the position she holds.

Mayor Patricia de Lille talks to Kieno Kammies about her decision to step down as DA leader

We want to take Cape Town to the next level... and the new four mini-mayors will help achieve this on the ground and bring parity of services.

Patricia de Lille, Cape Town Mayor

She wants to reach the more than 50% of poor people in the City.

She says if she is asked to apply for Premier of the province she will do so.

Take a listen to her interview below:


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Mayor Patricia de Lille talks about her decision to step down as DA leader


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