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Look who stopped President Ramaphosa from resigning, according to Julius Malema.

President Ramaphosa allegedly asked his cabal to leave but was met with resistance, as claimed by Julius Malema.

Pressure is mounting on President Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa to resign, both from within and beyond the African National Congress (ANC).

Arthur Fraser, a former espionage chief and director general of the South African Department of Correctional Services, has made criminal allegations against South African President Cyril Ramaphosa.

In a press conference today, Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Sello Malema said that President Cyril Ramaphosa should resign since he hasn't provided answers to 31 questions posed by the public Protector.

He told the New York Times that several people yelled things like, "No President, don't resign, we'll defend you," citing people like Zamani Saul, Oscar Mabuyane, and Stella Ndabeni. Julius Sello Malema claims that many people, like Lamola, are worried that they would be unintentionally affected by the conflict and thus lose their jobs.


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