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ANC Top leaders Finally revealed their Big moves that will benefit South Africans.

Source: MSVZ8OXQ&s=19 

Cyril Ramaphosa, the president of the African National Congress, has finally revealed that the once burgeoning development is now beset by a slew of serious issues. 

This comes at a time when factional feuds are at an all-time high, spilling over into get-together plans across the globe. Despite the fact that Cyril Ramaphosa pretended to be a divinely chosen candidate who would truly desire to join the ANC by combining the two groupings and causing a schism within the ANC, the evidence on the ground shows that he has flopped horribly to fulfill his order. 

As the decision party prepares for its elective meeting in December to designate a new top six initiative that will guide the party's plans for the next five years, Cyril Ramaphosa asserts that if the ANC does not transform, it would cease to be a problem solver that the general public trusts. 

"The ANC is having significant problems. Frail constructions, inside clashes, factionalism, and pioneers acting on their own behalf rather than for individuals are all examples of frail constructions, interior clashes, factionalism, and pioneers acting on their own behalf rather 

This weakened the ANC as a worker and society's leader. If we don't change, we won't be able to continue to be a trusted influencer "he stated 

At the same time, a few ANC colleagues are urging him to move to one side, claiming that he has failed to nurture friendship among friends and that the development is grinding away at the ANC's most vulnerable members. 

Despite the fact that the long period is nearing an end, the aims endorsed at the Nasrec gathering when Cyril Ramaphosa took power have not been implemented. Pundits believe that regardless of whether Cyril Ramaphosa is re-elected and serves another term, he will not carry out the party's objectives. 

The ANC says it is considering having government broaden the 350 rand COVID-19 award, which is aimed at alleviating the plight of impoverished and jobless South Africans, in order to soothe the dissatisfaction of citizens who are dissatisfied with the levels of joblessness. 

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