How the MK Party fumbled coalition talks for KZN government

Leaders of other political entities received calls from dozens of people claiming to be negotiators from Jacob Zuma’s outfit.

16 June 2024 - 00:03

Jacob Zuma’s MK Party lost out on taking control of the KwaZulu-Natal government, despite it having received the most votes in the province, because it had no co-ordinated strategy to approach political parties to negotiate forming a coalition government...

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