Cyril Ramaphosa is the leader of the African National Congress, which is the ruling party. He is facing the famous Phala Phala farm allegations, and many people are saying that he might step down from the office.
According to a source on social media, if president Cyril Ramaphosa is forced to step down as the leader of the African National Congress over the Phala Phala farm scandal, the the party's downward spiral will accelerate.
According to the source, if president Cyril Ramaphosa is forced to step down, African National Congress could split up and will probably fail dismally in the 2024 elections.
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Social media critics said that the idea that Cyril Ramaphosa stepping aside will collapse the ANC, is disrespectful to the party that is 100 years old. Some said that the collapse of ANC will save the country.
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