A South African national and a member of operation Dudula putting South African First Said in his Twitter account @Eusebius that "President Thabo Mbeki. There is no national plan to address the challenges of Poverty unemployment, inequality. It does not exist."
He goes on to say that president Cyril Ramaphosa failed to make good on his SONA promise to have a Comprehensive social pact within 100 days.
Source and Link: @Eusebius Twitter account.Formal President Thabo Mbeki said Ramaphosa has fail that there is no plan to the challenges we are currently facing mostly unemployment and Eskom crisis which many Business in the country are facing blackout.
After this Tweet was posted many South Africans commented saying Mr Mbeki failed as a president for 2 terms when conditions within ANC and outside were favourable. If he had delivered half of what ANC promised South Africans the poverty figures would not need Ramaphosa to address.
Below are more Comments on the Tweet.
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