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'I'm not as nice as Mmusi!' Phumzile van Damme takes on Helen Zille in fiery twar

Innox2 06/28/2020

DA wars keep on happening in broad daylight as two of its individuals occupied with a war of words on Wednesday. 

Twitter client @Ka-Mavuso was the flash that set the entire thing moving after she asked how "Phumzile and the rest" manage DA government board executive Helen Zille's "politically-sanctioned racial segregation" tweets. 

Zille's tweets stood out as truly newsworthy this week after she expressed that "there are more bigot laws now than during politically-sanctioned racial segregation" and that previous president FW de Klerk "destroyed politically-sanctioned racial segregation". 

Reacting to that question, Zille said they "chilling at home" and appreciating the ocean see, as opposed to working. 

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Zille endeavored to explain what she implied however that didn't land well. 

She said Van Damme was "loose and unperturbed" by her announcement and that "this has nothing to do with race". 

Van Damme said Zille's cases were false when inquired as to whether she was OK with the possibility that Zille accepted that there are more bigot laws in 2020 than there were in 1957. 

Van Damme additionally blamed Zille for threatening some DA individuals. 

"I will no longer stay silent while we are threatened," she included. 

Finishing up the twar, Van Damme gave an admonition, saying she wasn't "as decent as" previous gathering individuals Mmusi Maimane and Lindiwe Mazibuko.

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SygmanKhandanisa · 06/28/2020
It is not about leaving the DA or being a coward. It is about Zille exposing lazy and irresponsible so called DA leaders, who are waitng for the DA to either win or lose elections and then demand luxury that they didn't work for or they jump ship for greener pastures else where.

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