The DA parliamentary caucus will vote for its new leaders and Mmusi Maimane is widely viewed as heir-apparent to Lindiwe Mazibuko as the DAs new parliamentary leader. David Ritchie/Cape Argus
The DA parliamentary caucus will vote for its new leaders and Mmusi Maimane is widely viewed as heir-apparent to Lindiwe Mazibuko as the DAs new parliamentary leader. David Ritchie/Cape Argus
In an exclusive interview with the Cape Argus, Maimane said that he had been nominated because of his competence and belief in my leadership attributes. Photo: David Ritchie/Cape Argus
In an exclusive interview with the Cape Argus, Maimane said that he had been nominated because of his competence and belief in my leadership attributes. Photo: David Ritchie/Cape Argus
At an operational level during the past election, Mmusi Maimane pointed out the Helen Zille was hardly involved in Gauteng, where the DA grew the most. Photo: David Ritchie/Cape Argus
At an operational level during the past election, Mmusi Maimane pointed out the Helen Zille was hardly involved in Gauteng, where the DA grew the most. Photo: David Ritchie/Cape Argus
Mmusi Maimane, pictured with his wife Natelie, has damned claims that his nomination to lead the DA in Parliament is solely because of his skin colour. Photo: David Ritchie/Cape Argus
Mmusi Maimane, pictured with his wife Natelie, has damned claims that his nomination to lead the DA in Parliament is solely because of his skin colour. Photo: David Ritchie/Cape Argus
Mmusi Maimane is a shoo-in as DA parliamentary leader, the party confirmed. File picture: David Ritchie
Mmusi Maimane is a shoo-in as DA parliamentary leader, the party confirmed. File picture: David Ritchie
Maimane said any suggestion that Mazibuko had been forced out was ill-conceived, because she had had the right to choose for herself. Photo: David Ritchie/Cape Argus
Maimane said any suggestion that Mazibuko had been forced out was ill-conceived, because she had had the right to choose for herself. Photo: David Ritchie/Cape Argus

DA MP Mmusi Maimane and his wife Natalie spoke to the Cape Argus about his new role in the party and Parliament.