A broad consensus has emerged among political analysts and risk consultants that the ANC will secure somewhere between 43% and 49% of the vote in the upcoming national and provincial elections.

Such a scenario suggests easy coalition negotiations for Cyril Ramaphosa. The ANC and SA president will simply need to rope in the IFP, or a group of smaller players, to secure a working majority in the National Assembly...

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