The Cape Town High Court has referred the telemarketing case between Good leader Patricia de Lille and the Democratic Alliance (DA) to the Electoral Court. Judge Robert Martin believes the Electoral Court is most appropriate to deal with the matter as the dispute is of a political nature.
The leader of the GOOD Party, Patricia de Lille says she has filed papers in the High Court in Cape Town after the DA refused to follow an order by the IEC to apologise publicly to her for telling voters she was fired from the party when she had resigned.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane says he’ll be submitting evidence to the Public Protector on President Cyril Ramaphosa’s non-disclosure of declaration of interests.
GOOD party leader Patricia de Lille says she is waiting for the Electoral Court’s judgment on the Democratic Alliance’s (DA) corruption allegations against her.
The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has ordered the Democratic Alliance (DA) to desist from saying that GOOD Party leader Patricia de Lille was fired as Cape Town Mayor.