Cape Town Mayor De Lille Wins Court Fight Against Party

Coming out fighting - Fiery Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille was suspended from her party which is the official opposition Democratic Alliance thus ending her mayorship of the Western Cape. She approached the courts to overturn this decision which was set aside and she was told to return to work. The Democratic Alliance did not allow her to perform her mayoral duties though, calling her role "ceremonial". De Lille went back the Western High Court to fight her expulsion from the party and has won. Who's your mayor now is what she should be asking the Democratic Alliance...


Left: Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille. Top-right: Democratic Alliance logo. Bottom-right: Exterior of the Western Cape High Court.

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