“So, at the start of the year the markets were looking for a reformist top 6 or a reformist MEC. That is not going to happen. There is no indication of that from the people that are running – from the composition of the MEC nominations. I think we’re largely going to see status quo in terms of an MEC that is not particularly policy wonkish, can’t take those long-term policy trade-offs. We’re going to see Ramaphosa re-elected but battling a more mixed top 6 and a more mixed MEC as well.”
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