South African politics have taken an interesting shape. A former head of state is calling for a rebellion. Former President Jacob Zuma is calling on ANC members to rebel against the party leadership following election losses. Zuma wants the ANC to be save but he wants members to revolt against the leaders.
Racism and slavery seem to be existing in this time of the generation in South Africa. Modernization still enslaves black people in South Africa. The picture that was posted by Carl Niehaus on twitter has caused a lot of tension, and divided the country. He has a valid point, and despite him being a white man, he will not advocate for slavery and racism.
"President Cyril Ramaphosa are you serious? This is a sick joke." This I how ANC and MKMVA veteran, Carl Niehaus has reacted to Ramaphosa's announcement of a national four days of mourning. "We must mourn that racist apartheid criminal, DeKlerk? You should be ashamed of yourself for making such an announcement.
https://twitter.com/niehaus_carl/status/1461757012635754510?t=GBA_vbh_Yxpw6D1mkldhbw&s=19 A foremost MKMVA veteran, Carl Niehaus is fully back on his Twitter handle after supposedly taking a hiatus, saying that it is high time South Africa remove 'die stem' from the national anthem because it irritates him whenever he hears that part of the national anthem.
Image: Both Jacob Zuma and Carl Niehaus say the ANC leadership is not up to standard. ANC veteran and former MKMVA Spokesperson, Carl Niehaus, has been expressing his exhaustion with the governing party lately. On Sunday he took to Twitter to once again slammed the ANC leadership.
A week hardly passes by without some members of the ANC expressing calls for the removal of President Cyril Ramaphosa, and at recent times, the Mkhonto We Sizwe and Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) members have been the most vocal. PHOTO: Timeslive Beside the fact that MKMVA was consolidated as an ANC structure by former President Jacob Zuma, and as such they practically advanced his interests, but by recent events, one feels their fight is premised on Ramaphosa's mant decisions that have been detrimental to the organisation.
SOURCE: https://twitter.com/mzwandileMasina/status/1436231202034393091?s=19 What they say is correct. What a person sows, he or she reaps. You will be disengaged and left alone in the dark if you foment divisiveness. Carl Niehaus, a veteran of the MKMVA, is currently going through this.
Some time ago, Luthuli House was a spot to talk about difficult issues of public significance according to the point of view of the administering party. Yet, these days it has changed into a setting for steady inward fights, with the ANC walking against the ANC.
https://twitter.com/samkelemaseko/status/1457712988396433414?s=21 The African National Congress (ANC) President Cyril Ramaphosa together with the National Executive committee of the ANC where at Soweto UJ campus yesterday. Ramaphosa was addressing the ANC members for the first time after the elections results were announced by the Independent Electoral commission (IEC) .
https://mobile.twitter.com/VukaSibiya/status/1451543371298877442 ANC is the only democratic organisation in this country, imperfect as it is. Its elective conferences are hotly contested without a predetermined outcome. The South African President Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa, a big politician that he is serving as fifth president of South Africa since 2018 and president of the African National Congress since 2017.
Bigotry and subjection appear to be existing in this season of the age in South Africa. Modernization actually oppresses individuals of color in South Africa. The image that was posted via Carl Niehaus on twitter has caused a great deal of pressure, and partitioned the country. He has an admirable sentiment, and regardless of him being a white man, he won't advocate for bondage and bigotry.
Seven days barely passes by without certain individuals from the ANC communicating requires the evacuation of President Cyril Ramaphosa, and at late occasions, the Mkhonto We Sizwe and Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) individuals have been the most vocal. Alongside the way that MKMVA was united as an ANC structure by previous President Jacob Zuma, and as such they essentially progressed his inclinations, however by ongoing occasions, one feels their battle is prefaced on Ramaphosa's mant choices that have been impeding to the association.
https://twitter.com/niehaus_carl/status/1462903947497201676?s=21 The spokesperson of the disbanded MKMVA, Carl Niehaus , has being going up and down in the Escourt Magistrate court . Carl Niehaus was charged by the National Prosecuting Authority for defying the Covid-19 regulations around July in Kwazulu-Natal . Carl was arrested for organising big March during the call for Former president Jacob Zuma to be released after he was sentenced to 15 month in prison by the constitutional court .
The war between President Cyril Ramaphosa and the MKMVA veterans seems to be far from over. The veterans are always at loggerheads with Ramaphosa. Now they are once again calling for the removal of the President. In a gathering held by the war veterans, they demanded that Ramaphosa should be removed for forcing citizens to wear masks and to take the vaccine.
Sometime in the distant past, Luthuli House was a spot to talk about difficult issues of public significance according to the point of view of the overseeing party. In any case, these days it has changed into a setting for consistent inward fights, with the ANC walking against the ANC.
Following the drastic drop on ANC performance during local government elections, former MKMVA Spokesperson, Carl Niehaus, has taken to Twitter to slam President Cyril Ramaphosa. Niehaus has made it publicly known how he feels about Ramaphosa. He says it serves some ANC leaders who proclaimed Ramaphosa as ANC 'saviour' right.
Although President Cyril Ramaphosa has demonstrably shown that he can operate above factional lines, his patience has really been tested quite substantially, particularly by those who owe their belonging to the RET ideology, but in recent times, Ramaphosa and the ANC leadership's patience has seemingly grown thin.
The last apartheid president of South Africa, FW De Klerk is dead. He died this morning and he was suffering from cancer. De Klerk once sparked controversy when he denied that apartheid was a crime against humanity even though the UN had long declared it as such.
South African legislative issues have taken an intriguing shape. A previous head of state is requiring an insubordination. Previous President Jacob Zuma is approaching ANC individuals to defy the party authority following political race misfortunes. Zuma needs the ANC to be save yet he needs individuals to rebel against the pioneers.
Seven days barely passes by without certain individuals from the ANC communicating requires the expulsion of President Cyril Ramaphosa, and at late occasions, the Mkhonto We Sizwe and Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) individuals have been the most vocal. Adjacent to the way that MKMVA was solidified as an ANC structure by previous President Jacob Zuma, and as such they basically progressed his inclinations, however by late occasions, one feels their battle is prefaced on Ramaphosa's mant choices that have been impeding to the association.