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Pressure Mounts For President Cyril Ramaphosa As EFF Launches The Radical Voice Tonight

The president of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa is accused of a lot things ever since the Phala Phala game reserve saga. The EFF leader Julius Malema has already asked president Cyril Ramaphosa to step aside with immediate effect but the president has responded the statement by saying "he will only agree to step aside, if he is criminally charged", which only means that he will only step down, if he is proven to be guilty.

The accusations pinned on president Cyril Ramaphosa are serious and consequences might follow, if president Cyril Ramaphosa is to be proven innocent in all of this accusations. The economic freedom fighters are accusing president Cyril Ramaphosa of Kidnapping and torturing people at night. This are serious accusations on the president and if the EFF can prove all of this then Julius Malema can start to celebrate again for managing to overthrow another ANC president after president Jacob Zuma.

The EFF launches "the radical voice" tonight, on a mission address president Cyril Ramaphosa on the Marikana massacre, Phala Phala game reserve saga, kidnapping, money laundering and torture. This are all the accusations that have been pinned against president Cyril Ramaphosa. The commander in chief of EFF Julius Malema appears to be confident about what he is doing.

The radical voice will be held at 18h00 tonight, you can stream it live on YouTube. Some citizens of South Africa are saying that the economic freedom fighters are only the Phala Phala game reserve saga as an opportunity to get rid of president Cyril Ramaphosa. The president will surely be watching the radical voice tonight listening to the address that will be issued by EFF commander in chief Julius Sello Malema

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