ANC and DA Strike Deal for Government of National Unity

The African National Congress (ANC) and the Democratic Alliance (DA) have tentatively agreed to form a Government of National Unity (GNU).

The announcement has received mixed reactions from South Africans, with many being unimpressed.

The ANC has been negotiating with many parties, including the DA, IFP, and NFP, particularly in KZN.

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The deal has sparked much criticism online. South Africans expressed dissatisfaction with a potential alliance of the ANC, DA, IFP, and NFP on social media platform X.

@Mo_Magoda was sceptical about the terminology used for the alliance.

“It’s a coalition. Stop calling it GNU.”

@africanacademia corrected the terminology and said:

“Breaking news: The ANC and DA have reached a deal to return South Africa to apartheid.”

@Abraham_Meso grieved the perceived departure from the ANC’s historic values:

“This is Not The ANC of Oliver Tambo, Chief Albert Luthuli and Anton Lembede. Our country is gone.”

Despite the backlash, some voices emerged in support of the potential coalition.

@2Mongezi expressed relief at the prospect of new leadership:

“Bye Bye President Cyril Ramaphosa and good riddance.”

@EmmjayDblessed shared a more optimistic view:

“Finally…the country can move forward after the election.”

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