As everyone probably knows by now, the ANC launched its manifesto in Tshwane, with the main reason being that the party wanted to retain this metro it lost in 2016 to the DA but unfortunately, their dream won't be coming true anytime soon or atleast in 5 years time.
That's because it has emerged that 6 parties have finally agreed on a coalition agreement in the Tshwane metro after days of going back and forth over positions.
Finally these parties realized that the most important thing is keeping the rotten ANC out of the formula, then everything will be figured out as time goes on.
So far ANC's President, Ramaphosa, or any member of the top6 in the party has said nothing about these developments but if they do open their mouth, it will be interesting to hear what they say because they once said ANC will rule until Jesus comes back.
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