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"Ramaphosa Will Surely Fall" RET Hits Out

Nkosentsha Shezi, an ANC comrade in Kwa-Zulu Natal affiliated with the Radical Economic Transformation faction, has indicated that he is certain president Cyril Ramaphosa will be ousted.

The new dawn of President Cyril Ramaphosa and his anti-corruption attitude are in risk as a result of the various criminal proceedings in which he is accused of wrongdoing.

The African National Congress (ANC) has been gradually losing power, and observers assert that its popular support over the past two decades has diminished substantially. The party entered the last national elections with Cyril Ramaphosa as their trump card.

Of course, he was singing "thuma mina," and many South Africans who were fed up with former president Jacob Zuma's "nine wasted years" viewed Cyril Ramaphosa as the savior who would turn things around in the country. That is what a new dawn is supposed to do: bring light where there was darkness.

Despite the fact that Cyril Ramaphosa was arguably the party's biggest vote-getter following the departure of previous president Jacob Zuma, whose reign was tainted by corruption, the ANC will have to rethink naming Ramaphosa the face of its presidential campaign in 2024 in light of his recent controversies.

Voters viewed President Cyril Ramaphosa as the sole credible leader capable of restoring the party to its heyday, and he was therefore the one tasked with doing so. Currently, the ANC is a mere shadow of its former self, and Cyril Ramaphosa has demonstrated that he is incapable of rescuing the organization.

Nkosentsha Shezi, an ANC comrade in Kwa-Zulu Natal province, stated that president Cyril Ramaphosa will not dodge accountability for his escalating scandals, confirming once again that many ANC comrades have skeletons in their closets.

"Ramaphosa will undoubtedly fall, but the only person who will leave the ANC because Ramaphosa is gone is John Steenhuisen," said Nkosentsha Shezi, taking a shot at DA leader John Steenhuisen.


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