LISTEN: Did De Lille dig her own grave in this interview with Eusebius?

The Democratic Alliance (DA) has revoked Patricia De Lille's membership.

READ: 'It isn't over yet' - De Lille to take DA to court over removal, dissolved mayco

This comes after in a media briefing on Tuesday the DA's Federal Executive said De Lille ceased her membership when she publicly rescinded it in a 702 and CapeTalk interview with Eusebius McKaiser on 26 April, 2018.

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In that interview McKaiser asked De Lille: “If I hear you‚ you are saying: ideally‚ I want to clear my name‚ that’s why I am going to court‚ and if I win this battle‚ and when I win it‚ because I know I’ve done nothing wrong‚ then the morning after I have won the court case‚ then I will resign from the DA?”

De Lille replied:

I will walk away. You summed it up correctly. Because really it is not about hanging on... I’m serving there at the behest of the DA.

Patricia de Lille

READ: The DA must provide evidence or shut up - Patricia de Lille

Listen to the interview with Eusebius McKaiser used by the DA to revoke her membership:


This article first appeared on 702 : LISTEN: Did De Lille dig her own grave in this interview with Eusebius?


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