Coalition Country - Leon Schreiber (Paperback)

South Africa after the ANC

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Description

What will rise when the ANC falls? The ANC has governed for more than two decades, but will not remain in power forever. If its support falls below 50% in 2019, the country could soon be run by a coalition of political parties. This will completely transform the political landscape and the consequences will be felt by everyone. Will Mmusi Maimane and Julius Malema be in charge of South Africa? Or will the ANC and the EFF rule the country?

Product Details

Barcode
9780624083948
Department
Books
Released
5 Apr 2018
Content Source
South African
Supply Source
South Africa

Book

Author
Leon Schreiber
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Tafelberg
Language
English
Number of Pages
280
Dimensions
234 x 152 x 15mm (234g)

Summary

We are on the cusp of a momentous change. The ANC has governed South Africa for more than two decades but its iron grip is slipping. For the first time since 1994 there is no guarantee that it will retain power. If ANC support drops below 50% in the 2019 elections, the political landscape will be transformed dramatically. Will Mmusi Maimane and Julius Malema be in charge? Or will the ANC and the EFF join forces? What will this mean for our nation?

Classification

General Subject
Current & World Affairs
BISAC Subject 1
Political Science / Political Ideologies / Democracy
BISAC Subject 4
Political Science / Constitutions
BISAC Subject 5
Political Science / Political Process / Political Parties
BIC Classification 1
Constitution: government & the state
BIC Classification 2
Political parties
BIC Classification 3
Public administration
BIC Classification 4
Political structures: democracy

Author Bio

Leon Schreiber is an author and a Senior Research Specialist at Princeton University in the United States. He obtained a PhD in Political Science in Germany. Besides his work for Princeton, Leon regularly participates in television and radio programmes as a political analyst, and writes for some of South Africa's leading newspapers and magazines.