A mid the Democratic Alliance (DA) lurching from yet another resignation of a high-profile black leader, political analysts yesterday put the blame for the departure of Phumzile van Damme from DA parliamentary benches on the weak leadership of party chief John Steenhuisen. With Van Damme citing a powerful clique within the party as reason for resigning from her position as a DA MP, University of South Africa political science lecturer Professor Dirk Kotze said operating networks jostling for the control of Steenhuisen were much wider. They included the Free Masons, Afrikaner Broederbond, remnants of former National Party members and a…

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