Intense ongoing negotiations have been happening between the United Democratic Movement (UDM) and the Democratic Alliance (DA) on a new coalition agreement in Nelson Mandela Bay.
On Thursday, DA federal council chairperson Helen Zille told Nickolaus Bauer that the two parties are in talks about possible talks of a coalition.
Africa Melane on 702Breakfast chats to UDM leader Bantu Holomisa to also weigh in on the possible coalition agreement.
Given that the DA has been peddling lies about Mongameli Bobani, saying they had prima facia evidence of corruption against him, we asked if they can make the PWC report they have been referring to public and if there is nothing about Bobani in that report, then they would have to apologise.— Bantu Holomisa, Leader - UDM
Holomisa says the UDM's priority is to serve the people of Nelson Mandela Bay.
We are not enemies of the DA, they are just political opponents. if we sit down with them and find a solution, we can get on with the work.— Bantu Holomisa, Leader - UDM
Listen below to the full conversation: