Think twice before voting DA in the next election – Msimanga says DA can’t rule out coalition with EFF in Gauteng

‘We will work with anybody that is willing to put the people of the city first… We cannot exclude anybody,’ Solly Msimanga told Radio 702’s Eusebius McKaiser.

The Democratic Alliance (DA) cannot rule out the possibility of a coalition government with the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) in Gauteng, according to premier candidate Solly Msimanga.

Msimanga also touched on why he resigned as mayor of Tshwane, the GladAfrica tender controversy and whether city manager Moeketsi Mosola should be fired.

Listen to the audio below for more

https://omny.fm/shows/mid-morning-show-702/in-conversation-with-solly-msimanga/embed

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UPDATE:- The Zuma “bribe” : Radovan Krejcir case may head to the state capture inquiry

The startling allegations Radovan Krejcir made against Jacob Zuma this week could head to the Zondo Commission, according to Mo Shaik.

Monday’s revelation that Jacob Zuma had apparently accepted a bribe from a Czech gangster seeking asylum in South Africa wasn’t as much explosive as it was absolutely nuclear. Of course, Radovan Krejcir has merely made an allegation – but he says that the proof is out there.

Radovan Krejcir: Fact-file
Seeking protection in Mzansi after a string of crimes committed back in his home country, Krejcir claims that he had drove to Nkandla on one fateful evening to meet with both Jacob and Duduzane Zuma. City Press are in possession of the crime boss’ affidavit, which states he offered the family R5 million for a “no-questions-asked” agreement back in 2011.

Allegedly, Msholozi agreed to the figure, and received R2.5 million in cash immediately. However, things went belly-up when Krejci
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