- Democratic Alliance MP Phumzile Van Damme was left riled after learning of a possible investigation into her V&A Waterfront incident
- Van Damme took to social media to share her outrage, adamant that she would let the public know what an awful year she has had with the opposition party, even if she sounded 'like Jacob Zuma'
- The politician had caused waves after she posted a clip of an altercation with a white family at the popular retail outlet
Phumzile Van Damme was left fuming after learning of a possible internal investigation into her from the media.
The Rapport had revealed that the Democratic Alliance could be pursuing disciplinary action against her, following an altercation at the V&A Waterfront.
Briefly.co.za reported that the politician had posted a video of the altercation, claiming that she had acted in self defence after feeling threatened.
Van Damme is adamant that she was only verbally informed that there would be an investigation into her conduct:
"I have received no official correspondence from the party stating I have been charged. I was verbally informed that there will be an investigation to determine whether I should be charged. It is unfortunate that this is the route that has been chosen, but here we have it."
In numerous posts to social media, the MP highlighted her disappointment in her party, commenting that she would soon have her say:
“To add: when the time is right, at the risk of sounding like Jacob Zuma, I will write about the year that has been 2019 in the DA. An annus horribilis. I know I am not alone in this. I have kept quiet in the hopes things will change for too long. Oh, and I am going nowhere.”
Have a closer look at her response to the matter below:
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