Mbali Ntuli’s battle to uproot the DA’s status quo

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Mbali Ntuli is contesting to become the leader of the DA. Picture: Darren Stewart
Mbali Ntuli is contesting to become the leader of the DA. Picture: Darren Stewart

Would-be DA leader Mbali Ntuli has been so robust and forthright in her criticism of the party she belongs to that her detractors have concluded that her true intentions are to collapse it, rather than build it.

While preparing to go up against interim party leader John Steenhuisen for the leadership of the party at its congress next month, Ntuli has taken on the hierarchy of the DA, shaking up the status quo.

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