Former president Jacob Zuma’s MK Party may have accomplished what it least expected: it has pushed the official opposition DA into seriously considering working with the ANC as governing partners nationally and in KwaZulu-Natal.

While the prospects of an ANC-DA coalition have been bandied about for a while, it was the arrival of the MK Party on the scene — and what the DA believes it stands for — that has sparked the DA’s appetite to work with the ANC...

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