Will the DA prove its race blindness by electing Ntuli?

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Will Mbali Ntuli go the way of Lindiwe Mazibuko or former leader Mmusi Maimane? Picture: Felix Dlangamandla
Will Mbali Ntuli go the way of Lindiwe Mazibuko or former leader Mmusi Maimane? Picture: Felix Dlangamandla

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One would have thought that Mbali Ntuli’s accent alone would have the DA faithful inviting her over for brunch or a braai – if not eating right out of her hand.

She rounds her vowels, as befits a Model C-schooled head girl type, she’s versatile and – in some circles – is regarded as a reincarnation of Lindiwe Mazibuko or a female version of former leader Mmusi Maimane.

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