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Change is coming to SA politics, former DA federal chairman and now Eastern Cape provincial chairman for ActionSA, Athol Trollip, tells Peter Bruce on this edition of Podcasts From the Edge.
The thing is to get the ANC out of power. But Trollip is no starry-eyed idealist. Only coalitions can feasibly replace the ANC at the next election in 2024 and he knows probably better than anyone how difficult coalitions can be.
Forced by conscience to fire his corrupt deputy in Nelson Mandela Bay, Trollip was himself then upended when his coalition partner turned on him.
So how to get it right? Does the public have a right to know in advance who would coalesce with whom? Or to be consulted afterwards? Will independent candidates make a difference in 2024?
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