Solly Msimanga, DA candidate for premier of Gauteng, refuses to rule out a coalition with the EFF

Opinion by Unknown


Solly Msimanga has flatly refused to rule out a coalition with the EFF to govern Gauteng.

He did so in an interview with Eusebius McKaizer on the radio station 702.

McKaizer asked Msimanga several times to be specific and say if the DA will rule out the possibility of a coalition with the EFF and every time Msimanaga skirted around the issue and flatly refused to rule it out.

The EFF is now widely accepted to be a facist party. Their threats to journalists are well known. Their involvement in corruption is well known. Their blind hatred and naked racism towards white people and other minorities is well known by now.

But still the DA flatly refuses to rule out a coalition with the EFF.
We have seen the disastrous results of the DA coalition with the EFF everywhere.
In Port Elizabeth the EFF turned on the DA because Malema wanted to famously cut the throat of whiteness.

In Tshwane the EFF’s asking price was to have their frontman Moeketsi Mosola appointed as the City Manager who then pushed through a consultancy tender with GladAfrica that resulted in at least R500 million paid out to GladAfrica so far and a pending R250 million still to be paid in outstanding work.

In Johannesburg the EFF influenced a vehicle fleet tender to be awarded to the company Afrirent which then kicked back R500 000 to Malema and the EFF. You can google it if you don’t believe me.

But still the DA refuses to exclude the possibility that they will again go into coalition with the EFF

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