In the media | 28 May 2024

CNBC Africa: South Africa’s vote 2024 – Coalition permutation

Louw Nel, Senior Political Analyst at Oxford Economics, joins CNBC Africa to discuss the four permutations for South Africa’s upcoming national election, in which the ruling African National Election is expected to lose its majority rule.

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