Stalemate in Gauteng coalition talks delays mayoral committees appointments

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DA federal chairperson Helen Zille said coalition negotiations had been concluded in many parts of the country, but not in the Gauteng metros. Photo: Sarel van der Walt
DA federal chairperson Helen Zille said coalition negotiations had been concluded in many parts of the country, but not in the Gauteng metros. Photo: Sarel van der Walt

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Gauteng’s three metros – Johannesburg, Tshwane and Ekurhuleni – which have all fallen under the control of the DA, are yet to form mayoral committees because negotiations with small parties have not yet been concluded.

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