Ngalwana is urging his countrymen to join a petition demanding Cyril Ramaphosa's suspension for the Phala Phala controversy. Ramaphosa has already made it plain that he will not voluntarily resign to allow for investigations, so this is hardly a surprise.
According to Ngalwana, South Africa is a mafia state in name only and a constitutional democracy in name and form alone. "For all intents and purposes, corporations serve as the de facto ruling class. If they don't seal pleadings and evidence, you can find out what they're up to just by reading the papers in the cases I work on in the capital "Says he, or something like.
President Cyril Ramaphosa's supporters are battling tooth and nail to prevent him from resigning or stepping down, but Vuyani Ngalwana claims to have insider knowledge that allows him to suggest Ramaphosa must quit.
After he publicly called for Ramaphosa's resignation, he claims that the president's most ardent supporters turned on him.
"#CyrilMustGo. You can count on fabricated evidence in the ongoing war for the hearts and minds of South Africans. Both parties (or all of them) will engage in dishonest or otherwise unhelpful tactics such as outright lying or playing the victim. I am well aware of all of it. By the end, I've learned enough to say that Cyril has to go "He made a remark, so to speak.
Recently, it seems as though President Cyril Ramaphosa has been dogged by a series of scandals, and his supporters have said that this is all part of a plot to destroy his reputation and prevent him from running for reelection to the ANC presidency.
Cyril Ramaphosa's future as president, and whether or not he will quit due to mounting pressure, is unknown at this moment.
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