Mcebisi Ndletyana | Nelson Mandela Bay's coalition nightmare: More stability needed next time round

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The Nelson Mandela Bay council.
The Nelson Mandela Bay council.

University of Johannesburg professor Mcebisi Ndletyana delves into what went wrong in Nelson Mandela Bay over the last five years, and considers what needs to be done to ensure a future coalition works in the city after the elections on 1 November.

Tumult best describes what has been the life of coalitions in the Nelson Mandela Bay (NMB) metro, which has had three coalitions since 2016.

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