“Are We Truly Liberated?” Top female artists drop a bombshell on Ramaphosa for misusing public funds. Kelly Khumalo, a musician and reality TV star, replied to President Cyril Ramaphosa's weekly email with harsh concerns regarding the country's high crime rate and unemployment levels.
Ramaphosa addressed the burning of the parliament and allegations of corruption and fraud contained in the state capture report in his newsletter issued Monday morning, saying there was a need to protect the country's constitution, democratic state, and electoral process from individuals who want to weaken its democracy. In response to the letter, Kelly questioned the president if democracy was meaningful in the face of unemployment, corruption, and gender-based violence. "Sir, Mr.
President. What does democracy even mean if we are hungry, unemployed, and have a high rate of adolescent births, not to mention the amount of crime, gender-based violence, and mismanagement of government funds?."Are we truly free? Is freedom being utilized to mask the realities of our country? "She inquired. Ramaphosa stated that the contents of the state capture study were disturbing, not just because public funds were taken, but also because government enterprises were crippled and collapsed.
"This section of the report offers an extremely troubling picture of how major institutions of our democracy have been corrupted and weakened with criminal intent." "Not only were large sums of money stolen, but these institutions were unable to perform the responsibilities for which they were founded," Ramaphosa added. He stated that the results should be used to avoid repeating previous mistakes and protect the future of state-owned firms from state takeover.
Kelly was supported by a large number of Twitter users. Thousands of South Africans responded to the post criticizing Zuma for permitting so much unrest to destabilize the country, with the majority pointing to the unsolved murder of Senzo Robert Meyiwa. He was a South African professional football goalkeeper who played for the Orlando Pirates. He was shot and died in a robbery on October 26, while with Kelly Khumalo.
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