Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane has announced the resignation of Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille effective October 31 after an agreement was reached.
De Lille Out - Mutual Agreement Struck As a Political Solution to Damaging Party Infighting
Daily Maverick, 5 August 2018
Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille is serving notice until the end of October, when she'll vacate the mayor's office. On Sunday, DA national leader Mmusi Maimane and De Lille… Read more »
Mayor of Cape Town Patricia de Lille is back at work after a court ruling in her favour.
De Lille Resignation - Charges Dropped. What Now?
News24Wire, 5 August 2018
After almost a year of public infighting, Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille and the DA have reached an agreement that will see her both resign as mayor and have all internal… Read more »
Patricia De Lille to Resign As Cape Town Mayor in a Deal With Maimane
DA Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille has agreed to hand in her mayoral chains in a deal with DA national leader Mmusi Maimane. Read more »
Patricia De Lille Resigns as Mayor
DA, 5 August 2018
I am pleased to announce today that the DA and Patricia de Lille have reached a mutual agreement which resolves the question of the leadership of the DA government in Cape Town. Read more »
More Drama in Cape Town Mayor Saga
News24Wire, 26 July 2018
The Democratic Alliance has confirmed that it has reached an agreement with Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille about her ongoing issues with the party, which includes allowing an… Read more »
Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille has reached an agreement with the Democratic Alliance - the party will now drop another motion of no confidence against her, in exchange for a ... Read more »
The Democratic Alliance Cape Town caucus has engaged in last-minute talks to discuss withdrawing the planned motion of no confidence against Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille. Read more »
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 Read more »
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