Outgoing mayor of Johannesburg, Herman Mashaba, says he will taking a break before deciding on his future.
Herman Mashaba’s resignation as Johannesburg Mayor will top the agenda at the Democratic Alliance’s urgent Federal Executive meeting on Wednesday.
Don’t write Herman Mashaba off. He is here to stay and will play a key role in shaping the future of South African politics. He is the kind of “accidental politician” electorates across the world, including South Africa, are increasingly attracted to, yearning for and enamoured with.
The Democratic Alliance’s (DA) former Federal Council chairperson, James Selfe, has expressed disappointment at Herman Mashaba’s decision to resign as City of Johannesburg’s Mayor and as a member of the party.
The ANC in Gauteng insists that Herman Mashaba’s resignation as Johannesburg Mayor, has little to do with internal DA politics and is more about his alleged failure to run the City properly.
The Economic Freedom Fighters say they are disappointed Johannesburg City Mayor Herman Mashaba has resigned.
The Democratic Alliance Federal Executive will urgently convene to assess the impact of Herman Mashaba’s decision to resign as the Mayor of Johannesburg and member of the party.
The National Freedom Party (NFP) in Gauteng says the resignation of former Johannesburg Mayor, Herman Mashaba, is a huge loss to the residents of the City.
Democratic Alliance (DA) leader, Mmusi Maimane, says he respects the decision by Johannesburg mayor, Herman Mashaba to resign from the position and the party.