The Democratic Alliance leader John Steenhuisen has opened a door for a possible coalition with the African National Congress (ANC) should there be a stalemate in the 2024 elections. But that depends only if President Cyril Ramaphosa is still the ANC's president.
Steenhuisen said his party is keen on working with the ANC to lift South Africa out of the doldrums. But he said that there won't be any coalition with the ANC if Deputy President David Mabuza or ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule becomes the ANC's president.
The former Nelson Mandela Bay councillor, Andile Lungisa, said has spilled some beans on President Ramaphosa. He said: "This agenda is driven by certain funders that need to be drawn out of the shadows. John Steenhuisen initiative of working only with President Ramaphosa it makes us to remember CR17 and DA is financed by the same funders."
This call can only come from parties which serves the same interest and that leaves some of us wondering if the ANC is still committed to its members interest.
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