Professor of Political Science at the University of South Africa, Dirk Kotze, says the…

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Professor of Political Science at the University of South Africa, Dirk Kotze, says the ongoing public spat between Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille and the DA does not necessarily signal an implosion of the DA. This, after it emerged that De Lille may be criminally charged for corruption alleged in forensic reports commissioned by the DA. The party reached an agreement with De Lille two months ago for her to vacate her position this coming Wednesday, following more than a year of tension between them. Kotze says he does not believe he feud between De Lille and the DA will hurt the party nationally: “I think in the first instance, it’s a matter for Cape Town itself. It is at the municipal level. It’s not even at the provincial level. It does have national significance. Cape Town was the first city and metro that was won by the DA. I think the factors that really lead to this situation is also very much located within the Western Cape and it is not necessarily national issues.”

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