For further information, see Loyiso Sidimba's tweet at https://t.co/SgXRk0sV3Lit-jpmB37PvQ
When they arrived at Luthuli House, EFF members are said to have began singing songs denouncing Cyril Ramaphosa and demanding that he leave office. The red berets didn't indicate that they were going to do that, so it was a surprise encounter for everyone involved.
It was, however, this that infuriated some ANC comrades, who thought the EFF should have proclaimed that they were bringing the fight against Cyril Ramaphosa to Luthuli House and that they too might have organised in response accordingly.
When Pule Mabe declared the government couldn't protect illegal immigrants any longer, Economic Freedom Fighters members accused him of instigating violence. These people believe the violence against illegal miners in Kagiso may have been motivated in part by this.
"In this video, ANC spokesman Pule Mabe calls for the murder of black immigrants to the United States.
announcing to black overseas nationals that their safety is no longer guaranteed in South Africa "a member of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) claimed.
Mabe added that the EFF members' statements are reckless and that they're seeking to gain popularity by slanting the facts in their own favor.
"We don't want you to alter our words in order to get fame, that's too irresponsible. We discussed illegal immigrants or undocumented foreign nationals. Communities will soon return to a state of normalcy, and the law will be upheld "he commented.
Cyril Ramaphosa is the target of the red berets as well as other opposition parties. They want to bring the ANC leader before the impeachment inquiry, and then file a resolution of no confidence to remove him from office, said Floyd Shivambu, the party's deputy leader.
Critics of President Cyril Ramaphosa claim that by suspending the Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, he has set himself up to be brought down by the same sword.
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