In a tweet that says a thousand things, Fikile Mbalula tweeted a simple seven word tweet summing up the De Lille/Mazzone situation sparking a heated Twitter debate.
"De Lille 2 - Natasha 0 ( qanda qogo )" is all the tweet said, with a link to a tweet from Natasha Mazzone.
In her tweet, Mazzone captioned a link to a letter with the following:
“Some of the very best have tried to bully me. They didn't succeed then, they won't succeed now. Let's focus on answering the questions shall we, deflection only works for so long.”
Her letter, addressed to Patricia De Lille, speaks of De Lille misleading the people of Cape Town. She also states she will not be bullied into silence.
His tweet sparked some heated replies from Tweeps.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that De Lille was to remain a DA member, as ruled by the court and that the court had also ordered costs against the party.
Patricia de Lille will remain a member of the Democratic Alliance (DA) and is expected to return to her position as the Mayor of the City of Cape Town. This after the Western Cape High Court ruled that the DA’s decision to revoke her party membership was unlawful and invalid.
De Lille took the matter to court after the DA revoked her membership in May following a radio interview in which she stated that she would resign from the party once she had cleared her name and proved she was innocent of all charges.
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