History was made on the 1st of November 2021 when in so many municipalities, voters failed to decided which political party should govern them. That was after political parties failed to gain more than 50% of threshold.
That then open a room for formation of coalition government and that is were now all parties matters. Since last week, the political parties were busy meeting and trying to find common ground so that they can form coalition government.
It is now clear that although Economic Freedom Fighters didn't have enough vote to win The city of Tswane, one of their demands on the coalition negotiations is that they must be given city of Tswane to govern.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) commander in chief, president Julius Sello Malema says the party has proposed, in political party coalition talks, that it should run Tshwane, the African National Congress (ANC) should govern Ekurhuleni while Herman Mashaba's ActionSA run Johannesburg.
This is what made Herman Mashaba to leave coalition room because he described this as madness more especially because there is involvement of African National Congress.
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