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RET Cde Loses Hope In Stopping Cyril Presidential Race But Wants This To Happen || See Why



Cyril Ramaphosa is the current President of South Africa and a member of the African National Congress from 2000 until to date. He became the president of South Africa in 2015 after taking over from the former president of the country Jacob Zuma.

Zuma became the president of South Africa in 2010 and he was forced to step down after he failed to follow the Constitution law. Cyril Ramaphosa is in the race to be the president of the country for the second time and this has driven confusion in the ruling party as the RET heavyweights are in denial and fighting for Cyril not to become the president of South Africa for the second time in a row.

The Radical Economic Transformation member lost hope in stopping Cyril Ramaphosa from the Presidential race. This is because the RET member known as Azania want Cyril Ramaphosa to only win the presidential race on a clean slate.

He also added that Cyril's administration is currently bought which makes him unhappy. It seems a lot of people are not happy with the administration of Cyril as it is lacking the joy of the people as some of the members want him out in the ruling party.

With only five months left for members for the ANC member to be on the ground to select who is fit to be part of the ANC top six race. This is because members that have already attracted a lot of public interest include Ronald Lamola and Lindiwe Sisulu. The two are been categorised as the youth generation mix that can change the landscape of the ANC to gain public attention.

Azania is also supporting every person that is part of the top six races. It seems like some members of the public want things to be done on a clean stale.

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