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"How Many Euros Did You Get On This Trip?", Duduzile Zuma Questions The President

The daughter of former President Jacob Zuma, Duduzile Zuma has taken a swipe at President Cyril Ramaphosa. Ramaphosa is in Germany and Duduzile wants to know how many dollars he will be making on this trip. It's quiet obvious that the Phalaphala scandal will stick with Ramaphosa for a long time, or even worse, forever. Now whatever Ramaphosa does, it will be linked to the dollars that were allegedly found stashed in his farm.

President Cyril Ramaphosa has met with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the G7 summit in Germany. The president’s meeting focused on British support for South Africa's Energy Just Transition approach. "Our meeting focused on British support for South Africa's Energy Just Transition approach, opportunities in Green Hydrogen and Fuel Cells. We further discussed our commitment to the speedy resolution of the Russsia-Ukraine conflict and further enhancement of bilateral trade relations", Ramaphosa announced.

We were pleased to be invited to participate in this year's G7 Leaders' Summit, at a time where we are confronted with serious global challenges including COVID-19, climate change and the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, which dominated our discussions at the meeting.

Ramaphosa received some serious backlash on this trip, especially his meeting with Boris. "How do you go and report to Boris about our energy plans? Is Britain reaching their targets. Do they report to us about their plans. Don’t go and be an embarrassment there on our behalf. Useless meeting. Come back home and answer Mkhwebane’s questions", EFF's Fana Mokoena also took swipe at Ramaphosa. Mokoena says everytime Ramaphosa meets white people, we have to worry how much he’s going to sell us out.

Some even sent Boris be extra cautious, "Cyril might take British pounds and hide them under mattress in his PhalaPhalaFarm, this guy banks under the mattress". Let's not forget that Ramaphosa is still our head of state and he still deserves respect from the nation!


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