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It is widely assumed that South African politics would begin a fascinating chapter in 2022. This is because separate parties are supposed to choose who would be South Africa's next president. Cyril Ramaphosa is one of the leaders of the African National Congress who has a lot of support in the country. Many individuals have indicated support for his re-election, but he recently gained important backing that could help him win.
According to the most recent news from Limpopo province, where Cyril Ramaphosa is from, he has the full support of the region's royals. The Venda royals, according to reports, are convinced that he will win a second term and have offered their full support.
They stated that they do not believe there is a better choice for the African National Congress and the country's president. This is one of the first instances the president of the country has had royal support. One of the first politicians to bring it back was Julius Malema, the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters.
At this time, it's evident that this is a crucial support. Everyone in South Africa knows that royalty is more eager than any other group to listen to the people. When King Dalidyebo joined the Economic Freedom Fighters, he helped the party obtain votes in parts of KwaZulu-Natal, and this support will help Ramaphosa recruit more people from Limpopo.
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