DA ‘itching to take Bay’

LAYING IT ON THE LINE: Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille addresses supporters at the Chatty Community Hall.
LAYING IT ON THE LINE: Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille addresses supporters at the Chatty Community Hall.

THE DA has its eyes set on governing the Eastern Cape, starting with Nelson Mandela Bay which the party strongly believes it will take over after the 2016 local government elections.

This is according to Cape Town mayor and senior DA leader Patricia de Lille, who visited the Bay’s northern areas and Uitenhage’s western suburbs on Saturday.

Instead of using her visit to campaign in ANC strongholds in the Bay, De Lille rather addressed DA members and supporters, asking them to convince more people to vote for the party in the upcoming national elections and the 2016 local government elections.

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