Julius Malema, the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters, delivered his annual address to the nation, and this time he came out guns blazing at the African National Congress and its president. People couldn't believe what they were hearing when he clearly expressed his dissatisfaction with Cyril Ramaphosa in his speech. Ramaphosa, according to Malema, is a useless embarrassment.
He was speaking about the President's attendance at the G7 conference, which he described as a waste of time. How can he leave for the G7 summit, leaving his country in the dark, when there is nothing he can do or contribute at the meeting? "I advise you to stay at home because you're useless," Julius Malema said.
Throughout the speech, it was clear that he was dissatisfied with the President. He stated that the country is in a worse state than it was during Jacob Zuma's tenure, which is correct. When you look at the load shedding data, you can see that the country experienced less load shedding during Jacob Zuma's tenure; in fact, there was a year when South Africa experienced no load shedding.
Julius appeared fearless as he spoke his truth. At the moment, the country is experiencing the worst load shedding in its history. The president was in France the last time the country experienced load shedding, negotiating what he called an important deal for South Africa and Africa as a whole.
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