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Grindrod Drops The Bomb, Says Ramaphosa Was In change of Deployment During State Capture

A social critic and social media political analyst, Simon Grindrod has said that the president cannot be totally exonerated from the state capture because he was in charge of the ANC Cadre deployment during the said period. Mr Grindrod said that those who are searching for the people involved in state capture should search no further, saying that president Cyril Ramaphosa is very much involved in it. He wrote this on his Twitter handle in the wake of the newly released final state capture report that never mentioned Ramaphosa's involved. He wrote, “Cyril Ramaphosa was Chairperson of the ANC deployment committee from 2012 to 2017. If you’re asking who deployed the cadres in top positions during ‘state capture’, then look no further”. Many people are now coming out to say that it is true, disclosing that he was responsible for the Eskom war room during the peak period of the state capture. Whereas everyone then in Eskom is mentioned as being involved in the state capture, nothing was placed on Ramaphosa.

Some people told Simon Grindrod that Ramaphosa's Supporters and followers would soon start attacking him for saying the truth. They noted that while Glencore is pleading guilty to corruption and bribery in the countries where they have been operating, nothing is being said about it in the state capture because they did their business with Ramaphosa. Another person told Simon Grindrod, “Simon, you will be called part of the fight back. Watch it now! Remember, we are no longer supposed to be 'connecting the dots' as PG used to say. Now we only see who is RET gang and who is not. Nothing else okay. The judge said CR is the South African messiah”. Some people said that the state capture report talked about Zuma, about Zuma and about Zuma again. They noted that millions of rand was wasted on the commission just to talk about Zuma.


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