Yesterday (Monday 22 November) it was confirmed that the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) voted for Tania Campbell of the Democratic Alliance (DA) as the new Mayor of the City of Ekurhuleni, meaning that the ANC has lost the the City of Ekurhuleni after Mzwandile Masina lost to Tania Campbell at the inaugural council meeting in Gqeberha
Unfortunately, there is even more bad news for the ANC, as they have reportedly lost yet another key municipality, according to reports the earlier today (Tuesday 23 November) ANC have officially lost control of the uMhlathuze Municipality in Richards Bay to an IFP-led coalition.
A coalition between the DA and EFF that was led by the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), elected IFP councillor Dr Nkonzoyakhe Donda as the mayor and EFF councillor Nkululeko Ngubane as deputy mayor of uMhlathuze Municipality in Richards Bay, and IFP councillor Tobias Gumede was elected as Speaker.
Sources References | https://twitter.com/News24/status/1463092258664816647?t=NSs39b4Of21FsL97Su_jvw&s=19
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