Cyril Ramaphosa's impeachment has been the subject of current speculation. An impartial panel will be appointed to advise the South African parliament on whether or not to begin the process of impeachment against him. People in South Africa are more interested in who will succeed Zuma if he is ousted than in what happens behind closed doors. It is up to the next president to either save or further devastate our country. Here are three potential successors for him....
Without Julius Malema, we cannot talk about the future leaders of South Africa. As a controversial figure who is committed to fighting for the rights of Black South Africans, he has established himself as a focal point of attention. Some question if he is doing it correctly, yet there are a large number of people who support him.
Despite the fact that not everyone agrees with his ways, he has made significant progress in the last several years and I believe he has a good chance of being the next president.
When it comes to South African concerns, John Steenhuizen, the leader of the DA, is an outspoken advocate for his constituents. From what I can gather, he's bright and quick on his feet when it comes to coming up with solutions for our country's problems.
There is, in my opinion, a major roadblock in his way: South Africans' distrust of a White President following the Apartheid Government's atrocities.
Herman Mashaba completes the top three. In recent weeks, Action SA's leader has been radiating a sense of self-confidence. In my opinion, many South Africans have faith in him, but I'm not sure if that's enough to get him elected as our next president.
If he becomes our next president, we should expect to see a lot of good things happen in the United States.
If our present president is impeached, a power vacuum will be created, and a number of other leaders will be scrambling to fill it. I can only pray that whoever wins has the best interests of the United States of America at heart.
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