According to Lentit, the DA turned against De Lille because she did not want to sign two contracts for desalination plants. Lentit claims these contracts amounted to R834 million and R6 billion, respectively.

“I will not keep quiet anymore. I was invited in early 2017 to make a presentation in my capacity as chairman of the DA’s steering committee on water affairs. “During the submissions there were representatives of Israeli companies who said they needed about R6bn to set up desalination plants.

“These guys talked to me afterwards and certainly thought I had influence in my position as chairman of the committee.

“It’s because I hear the DA could score R600 million funding for their election campaign in 2019 if the Israelis would get those desalination contracts.”

Lentit said De Lille had kicked the cars and appeared to be flying in the ointment for the DA’s 2019 election ambitions.
“Do not make a mistake, the Israelis are experts in desalination.

They know what they are doing. “But mayor De Lille is uncomfortable that the dewatered water will be sold at R40 per kiloliter to the City.

“Currently, the City only pays R7 per kiloliter and one can only imagine how many more Capetonians will have to pick up for water.”

Lentit further says: “This story goes much deeper than the allegations against De Lille that his throw is corrupt. The DA is deep in bed with the Israelis and anti Pat in the way of their kickbacks.

” it was always suspected that there was more to the effort to kick De Lille out and the more desperate the DA gets the more dirt surfaces. this makes sense as it ties in with Musi’s visit to Israel so whilst we focus on Zuma and the corrupt nuclear deal, the Da is selling us down the river.

I have always suspected that there was foreign interests at play , the way the pogrom of the water crises played out revealed the Israeli’s intelligence at work.

Even who funded his trip was a secret: “The DA’s Van Damme said the trip was privately funded by a donor. She could not disclose who the donor was as “standard DA policy on donors applies”

will the DA now reveal who funds them in their campaign, as the price we the citizens would have paid ')}

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According to Lentit, the DA turned against De Lille because she did not want to sign two contracts for desalination plants. Lentit claims these contracts amounted to R834 million and R6 billion, respectively. 'I will not keep quiet anymore. I was invited in early 2017 to make a presentation in...