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President Ramaphosa finally break his silence on Lindiwe Sisulu saga

In recent days, Lindiwe Sisulu, the current Minister of Health and the country's longest-serving Member of Parliament, under the leadership of the African National Congress, has been trending on social media as the country's longest-serving member of parliament.

Following the publication of her opinion piece headlined "South Africans, have you seen justice?" she was fired. This was interpreted in a variety of ways, with some siding with her and others accusing her of attacking the constitution of the Republic of South Africa, among other things.

People such as advocate and Acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo have come forward to criticise Minister Lindiwe Sisulu, and a minister at the Department of Justice has also come forward to criticise Sisulu's performance.

According to Comrade Gwede Mantashe, the chairperson of the African National Congress, the ANC has no objections to what Lindiwe Sisulu stated in her blog post.

Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa was heard for the first time since this all began, breaking his long period of silence. Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa, President of South Africa, has indirectly urged people to abide by the country's constitutional order.

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