PALI LEHOHLA | The window is open for the impossible to become inevitable

The immaturity of policy design complicates the situation

09 June 2024 - 22:01 By PALI LEHOHLA

The Overton Window of political possibilities is nigh and upon us. The impossible has become the inevitable, and the question is whether the republic is ready, and in particular politicians, to comprehend the shift. The Future we Chose 2005 Scenarios that the African National Congress constructed anticipated that the ANC will have been on a path to renewal and the public possibly appreciating this, the fortunes of the ANC would reverse to a more positive outcome. A loss of majority vote was not anticipated despite the Muvhango Scenario exploring the possible reduction of the majority vote for the ANC. ..

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