Patricia de Lille

Bikers in Johannesburg and Cape Town were holding mass rallies this weekend.
'You cannot claim to serve the interests of Cape Town residents without the DA's blessing.'
Now De Lille wants a copy of the report the DA is using to try to oust her, but the DA says it contains the name of whistle-blowers.
The Cape Town mayor now plans on challenging the findings of the Steenhuisen report, which informed the DA's decision to sanction De Lille for her alleged misconduct.
With national elections less than a year away, analysts say the party needs to focus on recovering from its clash with Patricia de Lille.
'De Lille's victory tells the public nothing about the veracity of the serious claims against her.'
The party will commence will internal disciplinary processes now that De Lille's membership has been reinstated.
The DA may move for a motion of no confidence in De Lille as a party member.
The court ordered that the party's decision to terminate De Lille's membership was illegal.
On Thursday, De Lille posted an "open letter" to Steenhuisen following an article published in the Cape Times on Wednesday entitled, "Steenhuisen admits De Lille blunders".