His words come after reports that DA KZN leader Zwakele Mncwango cautioned the party not to celebrate De Lille’s exit.
“The DA’s focus is on the campaign and service delivery. People have come and gone in the DA; we have been growing consistently since 1994.
"We are therefore not worried at all about what Patricia or anyone else outside the DA is doing,” Madikizela said.
De Lille, the former Cape Town mayor, announced on Sunday that her newly-established Good party had finalised its registration as a political party with the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) and “excellent progress” was being made to build a base to prepare for a competitive election, and establish national leadership, she said yesterday.