Topic: Allegedly there is division on President Cyril Matamela's cabinet || Ministers at conflict.
Few days we haven't that the president of the Republic of South Africa and African National Congress, Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa had chased out minister of roads and transport, Fikile Mbalula from the meeting.
This was following that other minister, such as minister of public enterprises Pravin Gordhan complained about him that he's coming to a meeting not prepared.
Now it has been reported that minister of roads and transport in the republic of South Africa Fikile Mbalula, and Minister of Public enterprises Pravin Gordhan allegedly fell out over R17 billion Sanral contracts.
Sources said the decision to cancel the tenders did not sit well with Gordhan and Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana, who felt Mbalula should have referred the matter to the National Treasury upon identifying any irregularities.
Some are now even saying that the person who chased out Fikile Mbalula at the meeting was minister Pravin Gordhan.
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