Tony Leon: Maimane wasn't pushed, he jumped

Speaking for the first time since Mmusi Maimane’s resignation in October, Tony Leon paints a rather unflattering picture of Maimane’s leadership.

JOHANNESBURG - Mmusi Maimane wasn't pushed. He jumped.

So says Tony Leon, the DA's former leader and co-author of a review report that precipitated Maimane's departure.

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Speaking for the first time since Maimane's resignation in October, Leon paints a rather unflattering picture of Maimane's leadership abilities.

He details how poor decision making, indecisiveness, tardiness and a failure to clearly articulate the DA's message counted against Maimane.

READ: Maimane quits as DA leader

Leon goes on to talk about how he would handle things differently, and what he thinks the DA should now do.

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