Things seem to be getting worse for the president of South Africa, Cyril Ramaposa, as the allegations of politicians working with each other to unseat him keeps getting traction.
In one of Julius Malema, the EFF leaders speeches, Malema divulged sensitive information about Thabo Mbeki and said, Mbeki is working with Fraser to unseat Ramaposa.
However, Mbeki wrote on twitter and revealed that, Julius Malema is lying and he is trying to cause division.
With that being said, a picture of many party leaders has been shared on twitter and people are laughing at them and accusing them of allowing Julius Malema to use them for his own agenda.
" I can't believe these grown up men are all dragged by Julius to push his agenda", read the tweet
" I can't believe that people who have been in parliament from the dawn of democracy, don't understand how rules of demo works, it goes to show why people are not entrusting their parties with votes to govern, this showboating will not give them any results ", one commented
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