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"We can equally sit and fold our arms if we don't get a credible mayoral candidate from the ANC," says the EFF leader in Eastern Cape.
This is your quick wrap of three of the biggest news and politics stories of the week that was.
Cracks in the DA-led coalition started to show already shortly after the August 2016 elections.
The DA admits that the "game has changed" since Ramaphosa's election.
"So, these people, when you want to hit them hard – go after a white man," Malema said.
The party has been ordered to pay the costs of the respondent.
"Little wonder that you kept [the draft report] hidden in your briefcase."
In a statement by the DA’s James Selfe, the party claimed UDM leader Bantu Holomisa had committed to remaining in the coalition.
Bobani was voted out in a motion of no confidence
Tensions between the UDM and its coalition partners have gone up a notch.