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The ANC lost the Nelson Mandela Bay metro to the DA because it failed to get its supporters out to the polls, ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu has said.
The DA was leading the vote count in the City of Johannesburg with 41.78% on Friday morning, while the ANC was close behind with 41.75%.
Political horse-trading is set to play out in seven Western Cape municipalities where no outright winner emerged after the polls.
THE DA has taken Cape Town and most of the Western Cape in a landslide, and increased its support.