Yesterday the Economic freedom party was briefing the country about what was happening in the country and the government was hiding some of the things that were happening. The press was held at Bloemfontein and some of the things that the party said are that the election must not take place now they must take place in 2024 and all elections must be done in one place so that the elections can be fair.
Julius Malema revealed that Cyril Ramaphosa knows that some of the ANC ministers are sick but he was hiding this from the public. A few days back it was reported that Pravin Gordhan was sick and he was hospitalized but he denied the allegations he said that he was not sick but healthy. EFF leader Julius Malema revealed that the minister of education Angie Motshekgha was also sick but Cyril Ranaphosa is hiding it from the country.
Malema asked if these ministers are not sick where they are especially Pravin Gordhan as the are many crises at Eskom and people are suffering from load shedding." We should see him running up and down trying to fix crises at Eskom, but because he is sick and Cyril Ramaphosa knows it they are trying to hide it from people," said Malema.
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