Zille 'thrills' CT motorists as she directs traffic

2015-01-25 14:05

Cape Town – The Twitter Sphere was set ablaze on Saturday when the Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Helen Zille was caught on camera directing traffic outside her home.

According to the Eye Witness, Zille, who apparently noticed a congregation of traffic outside her house, started directing traffic on Saturday afternoon.

The eNCA said the Western Cape premier thrilled motorists after she was seen on the streets.

Responding to questions on social media, the Western Cape premier tweeted that she was running late for a meeting with her security company at her Leeuwenhof residence, "Nkandla-lite", in Oranjezicht, and action was called for, said the eNCA report.

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