Politician Helen Zille shared a photo of herself with Peter Magubane, award winning photo-journalist, on social media and South Africans reacted quite heatedly. Many people accused her of only posting the photo for attention.
Helen Zille is fighting back against a ruling by the Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, which found Zille had violated the Constitution and breached the executive member’s code of ethics with her colonialism tweet.
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille is expected to make a proposal to the provincial Cabinet later this week in which she will request help from the army.
The ANC said that it was fed up with waiting for Zille to take action and that she had broken a promise which she made during her election campaign in 2009
Mmusi Maimane, the DA leader, said the opposition party has made the decision to keep Helen Zille in her position as the premier of the Western Cape.
Helen Zille will appear before an internal Democratic Alliance (DA) disciplinary hearing on Friday 09 June 2017 . Zille faces charges related to her tweets
Helen Zille has indicated that she might seek legal action after she was officially suspended on Wednesday over her recent tweets pertaining to colonialism.
The DA’s federal executive has confirmed the suspension of Western Cape Premier, Helen Zille, over tweets she posted two months ago about colonialism.
Yesterday, Helen Zille, recorded her reasons why she shouldn’t be suspended with the Democratic Alliance following a string of tweets pertaining to colonialism.
The DA have suspended Hellen Zille, following the tweets she made about the positives of colonialism. Zille has refused to apologise to South Africa and the DA.