The people of South Africa have been thinking and wondering who can be the best candidate to take over as the ANC president. This is because a lot has happened ever since Ramaphosa became the president of the African National Congress. A lot of corruption that he was planning to wipe out in his presidency and create unity is now coming back to haunt him.
The Radical Economic Transformation members are now knocking out the odds and the motion to keep Ramaphosa out as a second-term president. This is because in the era of Ramaphosa a lot of things has happened and the nation was not aware of it. This includes Cyril Ramaphosa having to use the alleged state funds to fund his CR17 election campaign which helped him win the presidential election over Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma.
It seems like the party is no longer going to find its unity under the presidency of Ramaphosa. This is because the fight of him wiping out corruption will never happen as he is now motivating corruption to take charge as he refuses to have his CR17 bank statements revealed to the public.
Cyril Ramaphosa is now in deep trouble as the ANC of the Limpopo branch is now turning against him. This is because they have now denied him the chance to lead again as they don't feel like he doesn't dare to lead for the second time. It is very weird and shocking to believe that something like this could happen as people thought he will get the full support of his province.
Only the premier of Limpopo Stanley Mathabathe is the one that is giving all the support to allow Ramaphosa to be given a chance to lead again. This is very known that Ramaphosa and Mathabathe are best buddies as they are also alleged to be part of the CR17 campaign funds.
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