Lindiwe Sizulu has made the headlines today again after she has exposed Cyril Ramaphosa about lying to the people of this country, due to the statement that he made where he said that the minister has apologized for the comments that she made last week about the judiciary of this country.
But Sisulu came out the gun blazing saying that Ramaphosa was lying because she didn't apologize about the comments that she has made to the public about the judiciary, which has caused a huge blow for the cabinet. After all, it has proven that there's no unity within the Ramaohosa cabinet.
Maybe this might be the strategy that Sisulu and Magashule are using to destabilize Ramaphosa's power as they are approaching the conference.
Because both leaders were spotted having a huge talk on Mpumalanga earlier this month attending the funeral of one of their comrades in that area.
The likes of Julius Malema have won Sisulu before that Ramaphosa might cause trouble for her because she has been loyal to the party.
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