South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has been on news for involvement in criminal activities involving the misappropriation of funds. Ramaphosa was accused of keeping some of the country's money on his PhalaPhlala farm.
Panyaza Lesufi, a recently appointed Chairperson of the African National Congress ANC in Gauteng has condemned the reports leveled against Ramaphosa saying it will bring down the name of the ruling party.
Lesufi who was elected as the provincial chairperson of the ANC in Gauteng on 27 June 2022 sees the PhalaPhlala case as a hindrance to the progress of the party.
Some South Africans have reacted to this in different ways, take a look at some of their responses below;
"Sadly they will be endorsing the major setback for a second term, wait until big business donates money."
"Unfortunately Cyril will be ANC president not South African president, he will be removed before the end of this year."
"There is no clean man in the ANC, no one will ever bring it to perfection in our lifetime."
"Lesufi must not be too forward to comment about #PhalaPhalaFarmGate prematurely. He knows that not long ago he was also accused of CORRUPTION PERTAINING TO COVID-19 TENDERS. We were not too forward to point fingers and start to accuse him of a major setback of support in Gauteng."
"Those who are willing to speak the truth are too forward it's set many are eating at Phala Phala FarmGate."
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