The opposition parties being unhappy concerning the way way and manner the parliament is foot dragging in holding the president accountable for the phala phala farm burglary. The opposition parties held several meeting in 3rd and 10th August 2020 concerning the issue.
Today, opposition parties concluded their meeting on Ramaphosa's phala phala farm robbery. They resolved that the best way to hold the president accountable for the Phala Phala allegation is through a motion of no Confidence.
News24, a renowned media and news outlet revealed this information in its Twitter handle @News24 when it says that " Serveral opposition political parties in parliament believe President Cyril Ramaphosa has a 'case to answer', and a motion of no Confidence is the best route to hold him accountable for the Phala Phala farm scandal".
The leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Julius Malema read the decision of the opposition parties today with the SABC News.
It is Allegedly argued that there is no way the ANC will support the motion of no Confidence proposed by the opposition parties.
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