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: South Africa will be governed by a coalition, and the consequences will be felt by everyone. This is what inspired one of South Africa’s brightest political minds, Leon Schreiber, to explore the myriad of possibilities – and effects – of a coalition country. 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? Gareth gets insight on Leon's thoughts, as he penned in the book 'Coalition Country: South Africa After the ANC'.