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THE Democratic Alliance has blamed the ANC for the violent disruption of Helen Zille's visit to Winterveld, North of Pretoria, last weekend.
Zille's visit was disrupted by a group of people who burnt tyres and DA T-shirts a short distance from the DA's trailer.
DA member of provincial legislature, Hendrika Kruger said the group "was definitely ANC people because they were singing Umshini Wami, I mean which other party uses that song?"
DA's constituency operation manager, Freddy Pienaar, said he saw the ANC setting up close to the DA's trailer "which means it was a planned sabotage".
The DA claimed that the disruptive group was wearing ANC T-shirts during the incident.
Matome Motloutse, Tshwane ANC regional secretary, said not everyone singing Umshini Wami was ANC. Motloutse said the ANC has distanced itself from the group's actions.
"Anyone could have an ANC T-shirt and it was naughty of the DA to suggest that the ANC was involved."
Independent Democrats leader Patricia de Lille said: "Political leaders should promote tolerance among supporters. I believe that such activities should be condemned by all political leaders."