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How DA lost power in City of Johannesburg

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Mpho Phalatse. Photo: Lucky Morajane
Mpho Phalatse. Photo: Lucky Morajane


In the same week that Da Gama was removed, the DA had also been unseated in another coalition it led in the Knysna Local Municipality in the Western Cape. The mayor, deputy mayor, speaker and chief whip were all ousted through a vote of no confidence.

That coalition government is now ANC-led. 

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