In the world of politics, politicians finds it easy to throw each other under the bus as long their agendas succeeds.
Julius Malema, CIC as people refers to him is always brutal about what he thinks and he does not care how people takes it or how it affects them.
We can remember him in Zuma time and how he was always attacking Jacob Zuma and calling him corrupt and accused him of building his Nkandla home with states stolen money.
However, last year, he showed the country that he is no longer an enemy of Jacob Zuma when he visited him to his Nkandla home.
With that being said, he is now always attacking Ramaposa and is now refering to him as Phala Phala. On the video posted online, Malema is scolding at journalists and say, they write about politics yet they know nothing about them and he also revealed how Thabo Mbeki is working with Fraser to unseat Cyril Ramaposa from his presidency seat.
It seems as though that, many people wants Cyril Ramaposa gone and they are conspiring against him.
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