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'I was told to lay off Facebook': Phumzile van Damme on real reason she left DA.

JOHANNESBURG - Three months after her shock exit as a Member of Parliament and an individual from the Democratic Alliance (DA), Phumzile van Damme has uncovered the genuine explanation for her abdication. 

Taking to her Twitter account, Van Damme said that she surrendered in light of the fact that she had been advised to "lay off Facebook" by DA Chief Whip Natasha Mazzone. 

At that point, she had driven a mission to get nearby delegates of the web-based media goliath to respond to various inquiries before a portfolio council in Parliament on whether it played had an influence in deception identified with governmental issues. Facebook pulled out of that gathering without a second to spare. 

Neither Mazzone or Steenhuisen have reacted to her tweets. 

Relations between van Damme and her party were at that point delicate at the hour of her renunciation. 

Prior in May, Van Damme said that she was in a fight in court with the DA, for certain individuals purpose on rebuffing her for punching a man in self-protection after he compromised brutality during a quarrel with a family at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town in June 2018. 

She said that she'd persevered through mental maltreatment because of those individuals and had gone through long stretches of treatment. 

In December 2020, Van Damme was constrained by the DA to go on vacation for 90 days for what it said was her crippling sickness, yet she demanded that her medical affliction had not kept her from taking care of her job and that she would challenge the choice. Be that as it may, she was gotten back to her job before the purported vacation was finished.

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