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The ANC NEC will hold special meeting after the Party's negotiations with EFF adjourned this morning

South African well known Journalist, Samkele Maseko has just indicated on his official Twitter account that the ANC NEC will today hold special meeting. And this comes after the ANC negotiations with the Economic Freedom fighters ended early hours of this morning. The EFF conditions of agreeing to any coalition government has been shared widely on social media platforms. And readers can visit the EFF website to see those conditions.

Samkele Maseko's tweet reads as follows " The ANC will hold a special NEC meeting today at Saint Georges Hotel to discuss coalitions , the party’s negations with the EFF adjourned in the early hours of the morning"

Herein is the screenshot of Samkele Maseko's tweet:

It has now become apparent that many political parties are now set in motion to start negotiating about the possible coalition government following the astounding local government election results. It must be remembered that South African people on Monday, 1 November, voted for in this year local government elections. However, it is worth reminding readers here that the voter turn out was the lowest in this year local government elections.

The lower turn out of voters has sparked a lot debate amongst many South African Political Commentators and as well as leading intellectuals. Many have since argued that maybe the time has arrived for the IEC to contemplate introducing the online voting. It was reported elsewhere that about 26 million South African people are registered to vote. However, only 12 million South African people were able to cast their votes on Monday 1 November.

The results of this year local government elections surpised many South African people, because, as it stands: there are no outright winners for this year local government elections. Hence, we hear a great deal of talk about possible coalition government.

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