EFF divvies up SA's cities

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EFF leader Julius Malema confirmed that coalition talks between his party and others were at an advanced stage. Photo: Deaan Vivier
EFF leader Julius Malema confirmed that coalition talks between his party and others were at an advanced stage. Photo: Deaan Vivier

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With the ANC’s overtures being rejected by major parties, the EFF is using its status to cut up deals that will give it outsized power in municipalities.

The EFF has followed up its stated ambitions of governing its first municipality ever (or even more than one) with formal proposals to possible coalition partners.

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