The warning Mbali Ntuli sent to DA members

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Mbali Ntuli has left the DA with some words of wisdom. Photo: File
Mbali Ntuli has left the DA with some words of wisdom. Photo: File

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City Press has seen the short letter that Ntuli wrote to her colleagues just after she tendered her resignation on Thursday morning, wishing them luck and suggesting how to comport themselves.

“Stand up for yourselves and, most importantly, stand up for others. Don’t let colleagues who you can see are having a hard time or are being singled out unfairly go through that alone. Protect one another.

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