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Ramaphosa might face another charges after high court findings

The president of the Republic of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa is under a lot of pressure as another case against him might be resurfacing.

Do you remember the mine workers who decided to embark on a strike since they were demanding an increase in their salaries from R7000 to R11000 back in 201/2012 in Marikana?

The high court has finished with the case and has found our current president to be somewhat liable for the killings of those mine workers, city press confirmed it on their page.

These unpleasant news are not doing our president any favour as he was eyeing a second term in the high office an these new findings by the high court are adding to his already existing problems.

This is just adding to the already existing problem he is currently facing, which are the charges laid against him by the former spy agent, Frazer, which are charges of robbery, kidnapping and money laundering.

Frazer is said to have included the hawks in whatever illegal doings that were done by the president during his Phala phala farm 2/3 years back. He is rumoured to have given all the proof he has on our president to the Hawks.

Do you thing Ramaphosa is to blame for the Marikana massacre? Do you think he will get a second term in office after so many scandals and rumours about him?

Please have your say on the comment section below.

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