EFF threatens to remove IFP from power in KZN municipalities

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A fresh council meeting is expected to sit again this week to complete the elections of these chairpersons.  Photo: Juniour Khumalo
A fresh council meeting is expected to sit again this week to complete the elections of these chairpersons. Photo: Juniour Khumalo

The IFP is caught between a rock and a hard place as the EFF vows to pull out of coalitions in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) if they choose to work with the DA in the City of Johannesburg.


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