EFF’s Malema: ‘We want to work with the ANC’

EFF Leader Julius Malema has expressed his willingness to form a coalition with the African National Congress (ANC), stating that the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) wants to work with the ANC.

Malema made this announcement during a media briefing at the National Results Operations Centre in Midrand, noting that the ANC’s compromised position without an absolute majority has made them more humble and willing to collaborate.

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This move marks a significant shift in the political landscape, as the EFF and ANC have historically had a complex and often contentious relationship.

Malema’s willingness to form a coalition may indicate a new era of cooperation and compromise between the two parties.

The ANC’s reduced majority has created an opportunity for smaller parties like the EFF to play a crucial role in shaping the country’s future.

Malema’s statement signals that the EFF is ready to engage in constructive dialogue and work towards finding common ground with the ANC.

As the country awaits the final election results and potential coalition negotiations, Malema’s announcement has sparked hope for a more collaborative and inclusive approach to governance.

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