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Bad day for Julius Malema as he finally met a bone breaker.


The DA has said it will not get into any collaborations with the EFF after a lengthy period of "projecting a voting form" simultaneity with the party in Johannesburg, Tshwane, and Nelson Mandela Bay. The DA says it has finalized its framework with the Local Government Elections on November 1st approaching. "Never again," says John Steenhuisen, who founded the party. 

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Under John Steenhuisen's leadership, there will be no collaboration between the DA and the EFF. 

With the DA's chances of gaining a larger share of the vote in Tshwane or Johannesburg seeming bleak, the party has focused almost entirely on gaining that half-+1 in Nelson Mandela Bay. In any case, if that doesn't happen, the request is unavoidable: What position will the DA take on describing state-run collusion? 

On Sunday, John Steenhuisen, clearly fed up with that request, attacked the EFF on Twitter. Also, make your response crystal clear. The DA has stated unequivocally that it would prefer to remain in opposition to working with the EFF. 

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So Steenhuisen isn't just saying the EFF is bad; he also gives the impression that the EFF is narrow-minded in some ways. Steenhuisen isn't the only person to intervene in the debate. 

Whatever the reasons, the EFF and the DA have stated that they will not form a coalition with each other. This implies that the EFF is very likely to form special coalitions with the ANC. Will this result in greater organizational skills being passed down? Is the DA going to ricochet? In the end, the truth will out. 

By making your selection on November 1st, you can be certain that your voice will be heard.

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