Recently, the Minister of Tourism has become a little more famous in South Africa. This is after she published her opinion piece, which clearly attacked the Constitution and said that many politicians supported it.
She said the law was designed to keep blacks poor while the rich get rich overnight. This attack on the Constitution really disturbed the majority of South Africans, and many members of the African National Congress demanded their dismissal, but other opposition parties should also act against them.
I suggested. Nothing was said for a long time, but eventually some insiders of the African National Congress leaked information. Finally, it was reported that the president would not dismiss the Minister of Tourism because of her opinion.
It is said that doing so would jeopardize his chances for his second term as President of the African National Assembly . At this point, it is clear that the second term of the president is of utmost importance.
If he fires her now, many will be happy, but he won't get his second term. They may have been criticized now, but he's getting his second term that he wants to fix a lot.
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