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27 years Later You Can Still Tell Who is the Baas and the Boy:See the Debate that Caused A Stir

Cyril Ramaphosa is the 4th president In South Africa and unfortunately for him he took over the country when it was going through the worst crisis ever the corona virus. The pandemic caused a lot of job unemployment and closure of businesses. The economy of South Africa drastically went down and this painted a bad picture for Ramaphosa and his administration.

A picture of Ramaphosa has been trending on social media showing him with Johan Rupert .Johan Rupert is a Capitalist and is one of the richest people in South Africa and in Africa worth billions of dollars .Johan Rupert has been accused of being part of donors for Ramaphosa Campaign and is part of the CR17 donors .

One person commented" 27 years later you can still tell who is the Baas and who is the boy ".This means that even after 27 years you can still tell who is who is taking orders from who .Ramaphosa is said to be taking orders from Johan Rupert since he is one of his donors .

How can we as a country have a president who takes orders from other people especially a white capitalist. Ramaphosa is a entrepreneur and all entrepreneurs think the same way they put money first, they dont care about the people. This means that he can sell his people if he is offered the right price .

This is clear that Apartheid never ended in SA we are still ruled by white people only difference is they use a black person as the front.No wonder black people still have not received land up until today or take back the economy thats because the white people are still in control.

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