Otta Helene Maree (née Zille /ˈzɪlə/; Amụrụ na 9 Machị 1951), nke a maara dị ka Helen Zille, bụ onye ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchị South Africa. Ọ rụrụ ọrụ dị ka Onye isi oche nke Federal Council nke Democratic Alliance kemgbe ụbọchị 20 Ọktoba 2019. Site n'afọ 2009 ruo afọ 2019, ọ bụ onye isi ala nke mpaghara Western Cape maka afọ ise abụọ, yana onye otu Western Cape Provincial Parliament. Ọ rụrụ ọrụ dị ka onye isi ala nke Democratic Alliance site n'afọ 2007 ruo afọ 2015 na dị ka onye obodo Cape Town site n'afọ 2006 ruo afọ 2009.
Zille is a former journalist and anti-apartheid activist and was one of the journalists who exposed the cover-up around the death of Black Consciousness leader Steve Biko while working for the Rand Daily Mail in the late 1970s. She also worked with the Black Sash and other pro-democracy groups during the 1980s. In the political arena, Zille has served in all three tiers of government, as the Western Cape's education MEC (1999 ruo afọ 2001), as a Member of Parliament (2004 ruo afọ 2006), as Mayor of Cape Town (2006 ruo afọ 2009), and as Premier of the Western Cape (2009 ruo afọ 2019).
Ọ lụrụ Prọfesọ Johann Maree na 1982, ha nwere ụmụ nwoke abụọ. Ọ bụ onye otu Rondebosch United Church na Cape Town.
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- ↑ Zille. Collins English Dictionary. Retrieved on 30 January 2014.
- ↑ "Applause as Zille secures premiership", IOL, 6 May 2009. Retrieved on 6 May 2009.
- ↑ Earth Times: show/236972,worlds-best-mayor-helen-zille-says-award-a-boon-for-democracy.html. www.earthtimes.org.
- ↑ Helen Zille. Archived from the original on 14 June 2012. Retrieved on 12 January 2010.
- ↑ "Profile: Helen Zille", BBC News, 15 April 2009. Retrieved on 2010-05-04.
- ↑ Steve Biko's legacy lives on – Zille.
- ↑ Helen Zille (St Mary's School 1962 to 1968). Archived from the original on 14 September 2010.
- ↑ Ekklesia | Tutu commends Christian communicators in justice struggle. old.ekklesia.co.uk (15 December 2015).