The Democratic Alliance and Patricia de Lille are focused on who wins this battle rather than next years elections.
This is according to political analyst Sanusha Naidu who spoke to Bongani Bingwa on the Political Desk.
It's a two-sided match, it's an individual and a party and this whole battle is clouding over the fact that we have an election next year; both national and provincial.— Sanusha Naidu, Political Analyst
So, there seems to be much more focus on who's winning this battle or whether or not they can win it or whether or not they are going to continue to litigate and litigate or whether or not they will be talking about the interest of the people.— Sanusha Naidu, Political Analyst
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Naidu says going forward, does De Lille have any powers or she will be a ceremonial mayor as the DA has claimed.
On Tuesday, Judge Patrick Gamble ruled that De Lille will remain the mayor of Cape Town and a DA member awaiting a decision on a court process challenging a clause in the party’s constitution.
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