The ANC says it will not embark on populist macroeconomic policies amid growing fears that the governing party will lose its electoral majority in 2024, a situation that might force it to form coalitions with opposition parties.

The prospect of a poor performance in next year’s polls has raised fears the ruling party will adopt populist economic policies to attract votes...

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