South Africa’s main coalition partners are in a serious disagreement shortly after agreeing to share power.

President Cyril Ramaphosa accuses Democratic Alliance (DA) leader John Steenhuisen of trying to create a “parallel government,” which he claims violates the constitution.

This dispute, marked by a heated letter from Ramaphosa to Steenhuisen, has caused turmoil, impacting markets amid efforts to form a unity government.

The ANC and DA are supposed to be dividing cabinet positions, but tensions have escalated over disagreements on appointments, potentially jeopardizing the coalition’s stability.

Credit : BBC

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