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RET Cdes To Split From ANC? Tito Mboweni Says It's Not New

Ex-finance minister Tito Mboweni spoke out about ANC factionalism, a hot topic at the party's annual conventions.

ANC factionalism is nothing new, according to Tito Mboweni, who said it has been around for ages and is a natural part of politics.

It's not a new phenomenon in politics. The murder of Julius Caesar was carried out by the three senators Brutus, Casca, and Cassius. What motivated Dingaan and his brother to kill uShaka? It's in the animal's nature.

Following the revelations of an ANC comrade affiliated with the Radical Economic Transformation that the RET will be the ANC's next split, heavyweight Mboweni spoke out.

In the event that this occurs, it will mark the second time in recent memory that a group has split from the ruling party, following Congress of the People, which is believed to have been created by a number of senior ANC members.

It is claimed by the RET members that their programs will ensure that most black people gain from their secession from the ANC.

"The RET will be the next ANC split, as I see it." People who haven't gotten a penny since 1994 are going to have a new leader who is going to be popular. According to them, in a democratic government, the only way everyone can profit is through RET.

President Cyril Ramaphosa's supporters appear unconcerned by the RET's purported attempt to split away from the ANC."

If the RET members quit to start their own party or join an existing one, they stated the ANC would be a better movement.

A new party or ATM would be great for the criminals and RET bunch to join. It is then able to thoroughly purify itself. According to Cyril Ramaphosa's supporters, "South Africa will develop without the criminal RET bunch in the ANC".

Source: https://twitter.com/azania1023/status/1526074982710779904?t=pgEYGSyz2Kvzso165fwotg&s=19

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