South Africa's MK party pledges alliance with opposition

South Africa's political landscape is still settling after the African National Congress's rush to form a government of national unity after failing to win a parliamentary majority in last month's election. Party leader Cyril Ramaphosa has been reelected as the country's president, but the ANC is still announcing new partners. The collective that it's cobbled together so far represents 273 seats in the National Assembly. However, Jacob Zuma's MK party has said it will join an alliance with the opposition.

South Africa's MK party pledges alliance with opposition
South Africa's political landscape is still settling after the African National Congress's rush to form a government of national unity after failing to win a parliamentary majority in last month's election. Party leader Cyril Ramaphosa has been reelected as the country's president, but the ANC is still announcing new partners. The collective that it's cobbled together so far represents 273 seats in the National Assembly. However, Jacob Zuma's MK party has said it will join an alliance with the opposition.