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Gauteng DA leader Solly Msimanga says the party's voters want it to explore conditional coalition talks with the ANC.Please select an option Oops! Something went wrong, please try again later.
It's a step in the right direction. An ANC-DA coalition would be the most stable option for SA
33% - 3132 votes
The DA should focus on working with all opposition parties, including the EFF, to unseat the ANC
14% - 1389 votes
The DA should rather remain in opposition than form a coalition with the ANC or the EFF
53% - 5087 votes
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