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Could Ramaphosa Be In Hot Water After What He Said About South Africans?

The president of South Africa is one of those individuals who makes every effort to avoid becoming embroiled in scandal. Since then, it has been established that he has maintained a spotless record in all he has said and done; nonetheless, he has found himself in legal problems once again. According to the president of South Africa, the reason that many South African youngsters are out of work is that they lack the necessary skills to find employment.

Originally published as a newspaper article, this tweet gained popularity on social media as it was shared on the platform. Because they have worked so hard to get their degrees and better certifications, the South African young are enraged that their president claims that they lack abilities despite their efforts.

It is unclear exactly what the president intended by that statement, but many people appear to have interpreted it as his indicating that South Africans should not be given jobs due to a lack of skills in the country's workforce.


However, I believe the comments made by President Cyril Ramaphosa were taken out of context and that they were taken out of context. He may not have intended to imply that all unemployed South Africans lack abilities, but some of the unemployed do not want to work. It was the method in which the story was phrased that sparked all of this controversy on social media platforms.

It will appear that the major motive for the airline's decision to start anything like this was to provoke a large number of South Africans to disagree with the president. The president will need to choose his words carefully the next time he speaks in front of the public since I assist him in selecting specific words and phrases in order to have him tied to certain issues.

What are your thoughts on the subject, question mark? What do you believe the president of South Africa was trying to convey with his statement?

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