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Cyril Ramaphosa refused to Answer any questions related to Phala-phala scandal.

Since the ANC government never willingly gives anything that serves the nation—hiding money from his farm as a leader is corruption—there is nothing more to discuss. It seems to me that the ANC is doomed, but they will never realize it because the black cloud of state capture is covering their heads. The year 2024 will be knocking on their door before they realize it, wiping away the legacy of the ANC's incorrigible corruption at the feet of the vultures of the judiciary. 

We build these leaders, and now they've stopped appreciating us, even though we helped him keep secret the donors who gave more over half a billion dollars to his ANC campaign. It surprises me that we continue to allow the ANC get away with playing us like we didn't learn anything from Zuma's antics. When will the people of South Africa learn that the ruling party, whether under the RET or Ramaphosa, is hopelessly compromised and corrupted? The once-glorious party of liberation has shown its true colors, compromising and corrupting itself in the name of great ideals. 

Because they don't have a solid case against the Guptas and know Ramaphosa's reelection campaign will take a hit if the state capture scandal is exposed, it will take two years to extradite the Guptas from Dubai. That can't be right. While law enforcement is still looking into the events at the Phala Phala game farm, Cyril Ramaphosa has no business discussing them.

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ANC Cyril Ramaphosa Phala-phala RET South Africa


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