The DA’s post-election fallout continued at the weekend after it emerged that its campaign manager, Jonathan Moakes, had resigned months before the election, and said in his resignation letter that he was worried that the DA "was losing a core part of its soul". Former Western Cape premier Helen Zille added to the DA’s internal angst, revealing in an article written for Rapport on Sunday that the DA had tried to "crush" her and force her out of the party at the height of the controversy over her colonialism tweets two years ago. PODCAST: Splitting the national and provincial vote SUBSCRIBE: | Pocket Casts | | Apple Podcasts The official opposition party lost support in the May 8 poll nationally, as well as in key provinces such as its stronghold the Western Cape and in Gauteng, where it had hoped to make inroads.It came after two years of turmoil within the party in which in-fighting has played out in full view of the public.The party has now pledged a period of in...

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