It was an urban-based referendum on the rule Jacob Zuma.— Stephen Grootes
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield spoke to Stephen Grootes of the Midday Report.
Grootes provided election commentary.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
The ANC has made life quite easy for the EFF.— Stephen Grootes
The DA is the story of this election.— Stephen Grootes
The DA and the EFF in a coalition? They’re going to find it difficult.— Stephen Grootes
If the ANC falls below 50% in Joburg; it’s going to be a big shock.— Stephen Grootes
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