Negotiations and boycotts can't stop a new president being elected

Things may be very fluid in the political arena, but the constitution caters for an eventuality where one party does not win an outright majority at the polls

09 June 2024 - 00:00
By Franny Rabkin

By constitutional design, it is almost impossible that South Africa could be without a president after parliament's first sitting.

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