AS IT HAPPENED: Maimane says Zille apology will focus the DA on 2019 elections

2017-06-13 10:29

Western Cape Premier Helen Zille and DA leader Mmusi Maimane are holding a joint press conference in Johannesburg.

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Zille and Maimane struggling to make their way through the throng of journalists

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As they end the presser, journalists still clamour to ask questions

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Maimane has invoked Mandela a number of times

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Diversity of views in the DA, says Maimane. But Federal Executive was unanimous

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We are the only party in SA that still stands for black and white - Maimane

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Mainmane says debate with Zille took some time to resolve

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Mainmane rejects comparisons with President Jacob Zuma, saying Zuma was found in violation of the Constitution

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Maimane believes Zille apology will help the DA focus on winning the 2019 elections

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Maimane says he found all the tweets offensive, but Zille runs an effective government in the Western Cape

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Zille says she should have stood down from executive council some time ago

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Zille concedes that she hurt many people

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Zille considered what would happen 15 years down the line

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Zille changed her position until conversations with DA leadership and others

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I hold my ideas firmly, says Zille on why she defended her tweets

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Lots of questions so far, stoic looks from Zille and Maimane

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Very short statement from Zille, journalists eager to ask questions

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Zille apologises, saying her actions were insensitive to South Africans who suffered under colonialism

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Zille takes the microphone, looking a bit more muted than usual

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Zille will be limited to premier of the Western Cape, will not participate in any DA leadership structures

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Maimane says Zille's apology sets her apart "from other political leaders" in the country

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There is no room in this party for those who seek to divide - Maimane

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DA leader says he was personally angered by tweets

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Maimane praises Helen Zille's record, slams her tweets and defence, saying it set the DA back

13 Jun 10:29
The Democratic Alliance and Western Cape Premier Helen Zille have reached a settlement over her controversial remarks about colonialism.

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Western Cape Premier Helen Zille’s pre-trial hearing will start on June 30, the panel conducting her disciplinary hearing decided

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The Democratic Alliance and Western Cape Premier Helen Zille have reached a settlement over her controversial remarks about colonialism.

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