Some South Africans, media figures, smart black people, and even some ANC supporters who are both ideologically and morally bankrupt still think that Cyril Ramaphosa is a savior. Even though this ZAR billionaire hasn't shown much leadership in the last 9 years (5 years as a business leader under Zuma) and since he was elected on the ThumaMina ticket, he is a trustworthy leader.
Money in South Africa is wasted on things like useless staff donating to other countries, an R22 million flag, bad ministers and their families being escorted, and the travel costs of members of parliament. Our biggest enemy is the ANC, and we need to start thinking of solutions and an action plan that will help us move forward. Cyril is just a face or reflection of the whole structure of the movement. Even the next leader who will be chosen will be the same. Just like we thought Zuma or Mbeki was the problem, it is the same thing we see in Cyril.
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