SA’s fractured political landscape is the most obvious example of the need for coalition politics

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SA’s fractured political landscape is the most obvious example of the need for coalition politics, argues Azwi Langalanga. Picture: Gallo Images / Alet Pretorius
SA’s fractured political landscape is the most obvious example of the need for coalition politics, argues Azwi Langalanga. Picture: Gallo Images / Alet Pretorius

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