President Cyril Ramaphosa to face the first motion of no Confidence in the parliament prompted by the African Transformation Movement political party.The african Transformation movement has put Ramaphosa's credibility to question after the scourge of corruption that took place in the beginning of the covid 19 country's lockdown.
South Africa was loaned 500 billion by international monetary fund,the funds that was meant to help the poor who happened to struggle to make the ends meet under the lockdown was reportedly misspent and directed to the politically connected individuals through different channels.Favouritism and nepotism was leading the chat in terms covid 19 related programs tender awarding right under Ramaphosa's watch.
Quiet the number of citizens lost their lives to the security agencies that were assigned to the communites to make sure that the civilians comply with the lockdown regulations.
All this concerns are not limited to the african Transformation movement only,the eff has also displayed and exhibited a great discomfort with president Ramaphosa's administration.
The former president jacob Zuma had undergone a number of such motions during his term of which he survived since the ANC is the majority party in the parliament.
Do you think African Transformation Movement will succeed to unseat president Cyril Ramaphosa?
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