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Helen Zille (Otta Helene Maree)

Date of Birth: 9 March 1951
Place of Birth: Hillbrow, Johannesburg


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Apartheid's awful legacy

This appears less due to dereliction of duty by the state (though Helen Zille, leader of the opposition Democratic Alliance, has made a compelling case for this) than to the massive increased pressure following the economic collapse of Zimbabwe, which has driven untold hundreds of thousands of people south across the border...


The race to win

The new leader of the opposition Democratic Alliance (DA), Helen Zille, opposes affirmative action outright...


A new white hope

Cape Town's Mayor, Helen Zille, took more than 70% of delegates' votes in the election for leader of the Democratic Alliance (DA) on 6 May and will prove to be a combative force in national politics...


Up for the cup

Mayor Helen Zille's most visible achievement involves the construction of a 68,000-seat football stadium for the 2010 World Cup...


Succession sagas

  Candidates include the black DA Chairman, Joe Seremane; Cape Town Mayor Helen Zille; DA Chief Executive and strategist Ryan Coetzee; and Eastern Cape Chairman Athol Trollip...


Local grumbles

In Cape Town, the DA emerged as the largest single party and gained control of the city council on 15 March with Helen Zille as mayor...


Gatsha bites back

The Inkatha participants included Buthelezi, Mtshali and national Correctional Services Minister Ben Skosana; for the DA were Leon, Federal Council Chairman James Selfe and rising star and Western Cape caucus leader Helen Zille...


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