The country's largest opposition party is engulfed in a battle with its Cape Town mayor.
"Fraser is a compromised individual who is wholly unfit to hold such a vital position within government."
Ramaphosa says the agreement is legal and that Zuma's legal problems are "of public import".
There are two main reasons for 'evaporating Ramaphoria' right now, says the DA's James Selfe.
The DA admits that the "game has changed" since Ramaphosa's election.
De Lille faces a motion of no confidence vote against her on Thursday.
"Every other day, there is another manoeuvre to... get rid of me before testing the allegations against me," says the Cape Town mayor.
Patricia de Lille welcomes the charges against her, saying she wants an opportunity to clear her name.
De Lille has hit back saying this was another attack on her which had to do with "power and positions".
De Lille has until January 2018 to defend her job.
Patricia de Lille has been asked to provide reasons why she should not resign as mayor.
"The DA have… asked the court to direct the President to confirm…the total amount spent on all legal costs," said DA MP James Selfe.
It's outrageous that more than eight years later and millions of rands spent, we are where we should have been in 2007, says the DA's James Selfe.
Tensions between the UDM and its coalition partners have gone up a notch.
"Even some of the members of the ANC today would be willing to show up their hands and risk it on behalf of South Africans."
Neither the DA leader nor the Western Cape premier is budging.
The former Democratic Alliance leader wrote a 9-page letter to the party's federal executive explaining why she shouldn't be suspended.
The DA will ask the high court to stop Molefe from working at Eskom until court proceedings are over.
The DA wants the court to overturn Zuma's decision to fire former finance minister Pravin Gordhan and his deputy Mcebisi Jonas.
Helen Zille is due to face a probe into her tweets defending colonialism.