Otta Helene Maree (née Zille; born 9 March 1951), known as Helen Zille, is a South African politician. She has served as the Federal Council Chairperson of the Democratic Alliance since 20 October 2019. From 2009 until 2019, she was the Premier of the Western Cape province for two five-year terms, and a member of the Western Cape Provincial Parliament. — Wikipedia
Mmusi Maimane shades Helen Zille after her recent tweets.
Maimane clapped back at Helen Zille who lambasted his call for schools to remain closed
DA federal council chair Helen Zille has once again drawn her party into a storm with a series of tweets that seem entirely at odds with recommendations from the party’s recent review
Helen Zille struck again with her Twitter fingers, prompting a prominent DA official to call for her retirement.
Does Helen Zille aim to kill the audience with laughter and make it into the Wooden Mic top 10?
News24 editor-in-chief Adriaan Basson says groups like Afriforum and people like Helen Zille are “capitalising on white fears.”
DA Federal Council Chairperson Helen Zille said there’s no purge in the DA. She said black people can make their own decisions.
Helen Zille shocked Twitter users when she suggested that racism is worse today than during one of the most oppressive eras in history.
MP Werner Horn, who’s also the DA’s Federal Legal Commission deputy chairperson, has been tasked with investigating the misconduct claims against Helen Zille.
During a media briefing, Democratic Alliance federal council chairperson Helen Zille responded to accusations of a purge of black leaders from the party.
Two DA public representatives have filed formal complaints against the chairperson of the party’s federal council, Helen Zille, over her tweets about apartheid.
Helen Zille sparked a Twitter debate on 21 June when she tweeted that South Africa has more racist laws today than under apartheid.