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Nkosazana Is Interrogated Mercilessly By A Close Jacob Zuma Ally.

The leaders of the party are currently swallowing their pride and admitting defeat in the current situation. President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa has referred to the fall of the African National Congress (ANC) as both a setback and a lesson. Another member of the government that took a stance against the bill was Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, who serves as Minister of Corporate Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA). The conclusions of the first council meeting have been accepted, according to the Minister. This is a call to focus on rebuilding their cherished and illustrious movement, regardless of how depressing and excruciating the entire experience may be. 

However, in response to Jacob Zuma's speech regarding Dlamini, one of Zuma's most fervent followers asked some critical questions. The Evaluator drew attention to Sphithiphithi Dlamini-Zuma and questioned which movement she intends to resuscitate after she said it. The words "Dlamini-time Zuma's is up" were reportedly spoken by Sphithithi in front of her, and they were directed against her. "Although everyone on the NEC was aware that the ANC was up for sale, you all chose to remain silent about it. People were detained and harassed solely due to the fact that they were telling the truth, rather than the other way around." Dlamini-Zuma was told by Sphithithi that the ANC had failed people like Gwala, Tambo, and Hani, and that she needed to face that fact. "You guys got Zuma!" I loudly exclaimed. 

Establishing the truth of the situation is the first responsibility of the leader. It is not only impossible to reconstruct an organization of this kind, but it is also impossible to do so. Some people believe that Dlamini-Zuma should just remain silent and observe as the CR17 faction works to destroy the ANC. Twitter user: "ANC is for good, president Zuma is in prison, the party SG has been ousted, where are you going to start?" that question was being asked of the Minister. 

Sphithithi and the rest make some valid points in their argument. The situation is just going to deteriorate from here on out. Even if it were completely redesigned from the ground up, there is no way to save the "beautiful movement." We will always be thankful that the ANC was able to meet its demise! Voters will continue to support those who are working to rebuild our once great country even while the ANC is working to rebuild their beloved movement.

Source: @_AfricanSoil Twitter page

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