Johannesburg- In recent developments the DA will possibly put forward their own motion of no confidence against Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille after the ANC caucus in Cape Town withdrew their own vote of no confidence in Patricia de Lille at a briefing held Wednesday Morning.
The ANC is putting blame solely on the DA as a party not just Patricia de Lille, ANC chief whip Thandi Makasi has said the entire party should be removed and the ruling government the ANC should intervene and place the city under administration. The ANC has raised alarm of the auditor general report in which the mayor has questions to answer to. The Auditor general found that the city was found to have R47 million in irregular expenditure and no internal revenue control was in place in the city.
The DA Western Cape leader Bonginkosi Madikizela said that they were going to support the ANC motion of no confidence. will possibly put forward their own motion of confidence because of the serious allegations she is facing with an internal investigation within the DA, with regards to her conduct and leadership style and supposedly diverseness. Madikizela explained de Lille “demonstrated behaviour and actions which constituted gross misconduct, gross dereliction of duty, and conduct that amounted to deceiving Council.”
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