Things might be falling apart for president Cyril Ramaphosa after the game reserve robbery, Julius Malema and the EFF are looking to add more pressure to Cyril Ramaphosa tonight at 18h00 as EFF launches the radical voice ahead of the Phala Phala game reserve saga. Julius Malema has asked president Cyril Ramaphosa to step aside with immediate effect after it was found that the robbery happened two years ago and the president conspired on a mission to keep it silence.
Since the EFF commander in chief Julius Malema is determined and committed to put pressure on president Cyril Ramaphosa, there might be a huge surprise for Cyril Ramaphosa tonight. The EFF have also described Cyril Ramaphosa as a man who has manifested all the characteristics of a man with a double-personality, pretending to be innocent by day, while kidnapping and torturing people by night.
The EFF is also blaming president Cyril Ramaphosa for the massacre that happened in the Marikana mine, in North West back in 2012. The pressure thats being applied by the EFF on president Cyril Ramaphosa might be too much to handle for the president.
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