Cape Town - Outgoing Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille may have resigned, but this doesn't mean she has escaped all charges against her.
De Lille agreed to resign as mayor of the Mother City, and the DA agreed not to pursue any disciplinary charges against her.
But that doesn't mean the charges brought against her in the city council fall away.
The forensic investigation by law firm Bowmans is still under way.
Bowmans was to establish if disciplinary action should be taken against one or more of Cape Town’s senior managers - Achmat Ebrahim, the former City manager; Melissa Whitehead, commissioner of transport and urban development; and Craig Kesson, executive director in the Directorate of the mayor.