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South Africans Get Angry At Ramaphosa After Bad News is Revealed

Date: 30/11/21

Source:

https://twitter.com/SABCNews/status/1465615655579881475?t=C4f5ov72MZwSnOdqNg8AGw&s=19

Background

Lately a lot of things have been blamed on Cyril Ramaphosa and the African National Congress. Ofcourse it is true that a lot of things that are supposed to happen in the country are to be dealt with by the president and the ruling party but almost everything now is blamed on him. The Citizens of South Africa have been very angered by recent news that came out and all they could say is Ramaphosa is to blame for all this.

Report

On Tuesday the 30th of November, it was revealed that the unemployment rate in South Africa has actually increased. This is after it was revealed earlier on this year which means that it has increased multiple times this year. Below is the announcement by SABC news:

"BREAKING NEWS | Stats SA has announced that South Africa’s #unemployment rate increased by 0,5 of a percentage point to 34,9% in the third quarter of 2021 compared to the second quarter. "

As soon as South Africans read the statement above, they quickly mentioned the president's name. They explained how we should admit at this point that he can't govern the country and to stop blaming things on other people.

Opinion

This is of course another indication why the African national Congress lost the local government elections. We cannot have such a high increase in unemployment in a country full of resources. The country gave the African National Congress 27 years to change things around but it seems every year things are getting worse. Of course people are warranted when they blame Cyril Ramaphosa for all of this because he was supposed to make sure that the country has enough jobs for South Africans.

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