2024 national elections likely to result in coalition govt: analyst

An electoral commission official verifies sealed ballot boxes at the Fordsburg Primary school polling station under the supervision of party delegates in Johannesburg on November 1, 2021, as South Africans showed little enthusiasm for local elections expected to reflect growing discontent with the ruling African National Congress, marred in corruption scandals and struggling to revive the economy.

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JOHANNESBURG - The 2024 national elections are likely to result in a coalition government, according to political analyst, Professor Mcebisi Ndletyana.

Ndletyana says the country's single-party era is slowly but surely fading away.

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He says the ANC may not be able to go back to get more than 50 percent.

Gauteng’s three metros are now led by the DA, who opposition parties decided to support, to keep the ANC out of power.

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