The president of the republic of South Africa honorable president Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa might not be allowed nor permitted to visit former president Jacob Zuma at his Nkandla popular home where by many people are recently visiting him.
Ramaphosa was the deputy president under the administration of nine years under the leadership of Jacob Zuma until 2017 December where he won the African National Congress assembly and become the president of South Africa.
when he ascended to the office of presidency his outlined that he’s going to try to eradicate corruption in the state owned enterprises and will also try to improve and better the economy of the country because it was not doing well, at the moment.
Now the president Ramaphosa and his current leadership they are holding those who engaged in corruptions accountable and one of them is president Jacob Zuma and Ace Magashule. So it is crystal clear that this two can’t have a cup of tea together, because of things that are going on.
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