JOHANNESBURG: The DA and ANC’s are reportedly have entered into coalition talks.
After performing badly at the polls, the African National Congress (ANC) led by the unpopular president, Mr Cyril Ramaphosa and the Democratic Alliance with dwindling support across the country are in coalition discussions.
The ANC performed badly in all major metros and was dismally muscled out by the Inkatha Freedom Party in many district and local municipalities in KZN – opted to work with the DA.
According to Africa News Global, the ANC is in serious talks with the DA for possible coalition governments in the City of Joburg and Tshwane.
The coalition talks are reported to be led by ANC national chairperson Mr Gwede Mantashe and DA Federal Council chairperson Ms Helen Zille.
It is understood that if an agreement is clinched, the ANC will run the City of Joburg while the DA will be in charge of Tshwane.
This is a developing story…