Dirk Kotzé | More coalition politics on the table for Tshwane but will it be without controversy?

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The Union Buildings in Pretoria. (Photo by Gallo Images/Lefty Shivambu)
The Union Buildings in Pretoria. (Photo by Gallo Images/Lefty Shivambu)

The core elements of the instability in Tshwane in the last five years were that the DA/EFF relationship collapsed, the ANC and EFF could not find each other and the DA and ANC did not have the imagination to talk with each other. Unisa professor Dirk Kotzé examines just how sustainable another coalition government will be in Tshwane, as there is unlikely to be an outright winner in the city. 

The past five years have been tumultuous for Tshwane.

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