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A stable national coalition government in South Africa? Possible, but only if elites put country's interests first

By Heidi Brooks, Senior Researcher and Associate, Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection
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South Africa’s municipal government elections in 2021 produced a number of largely unstable local government coalitions. There’s now a strong possibility that the next government that’s formed at national level may be a coalition too. This would be the first since the dawn of democracy in 1994.

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