The DA is willing to go back to the opposition benches if it means the political stalemate in Tshwane is broken and the council can get on with doing its job.

The metro is currently leaderless, with no mayor, no mayoral committee and no city manager while political parties fight with one another. This has led to council meetings continuously collapsing since November.

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