South Africans Favour 'National Coalition Government'
A Brenthurst Foundation electoral survey has revealed that South Africans would overwhelmingly favour a national coalition to govern the country. It estimates that voters long plagued by joblessness and corruption would deprive the ruling party of majority votes and leave it in search of a coalition partner to govern with. Most voters, the survey says, would support a partnership with the DA as well as working with the EFF.
Brenthurst Foundation director Dr Greg Mills makes sense of the numbers.