The African National Congress is reportedly not looking to team up with any other political party, as it is determined to secure a victory next week. Fikile Mbalula, elections head for the party, says the party plans to win hands-down.
The ANC is not looking to form coalitions after Wednesday's elections, according to Fikile Mbalula.
The ruling party's election head is adamant that the ANC will be able to secure a decisive victory against other parties veering for supremacy.
According to Eyewitness News, Mbalula is against the notion of joining teams with other parties, commenting that:
“The last few years have demonstrated that coalitions undermine democracy; the ANC is in this election to win decisively.”
President Cyril Ramaphosa is adamant that the party is on the cusp of renewal and encouraged voters to support them, Briefly.co.za reported earlier.
The ANC hopes that their mandate will build on the progress of the last 24 years they have enjoyed at the helm of South Africa.
The party has confirmed that all systems are go for their Siyanqoba Rally in Ellis Park this weekend.
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