South Africa: Challenges of the new coalition government South Africa: Challenges of the new coalition government

South Africa: Challenges of the new coalition government

South Africa: Challenges of the new coalition government

President Cyril Ramaphosa has formed a new coalition government after his African National Congress (ANC) lost its historic majority. The coalition, which includes rival parties such as the Democratic Alliance, now faces major economic and political challenges.

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has formed his coalition government after elections marked a historic loss of majority for his ANC party.

The new cabinet with former opposition leader John Steenhuisen as agriculture minister is made up of members from several parties, reflecting increased diversity.

However, the government faces daunting challenges: reviving a struggling economy, repairing declining infrastructure, and improving essential public services."

The challenges are therefore numerous. The government must also address long-standing problems such as power outages and a failing health system, while tackling high unemployment.

Analysts say ideological differences could hamper the implementation of needed reforms. Key issues such as black economic empowerment and agricultural reforms remain points of contention.

As South Africa enters this new political era, the government will need to demonstrate its ability to collaborate effectively to meet the expectations of citizens.

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