A new video reveals what South Africans are planning to do to ANC and president Ramaphosa Cyril in 2024.
South Africans say this while relating to the video of a Zimbabwean caught stealing cable from a transformer.
This information was revealed by a certain South African fact finder known as Justice for Xolani Jack in his Twitter handle @_Babazile when he said " Hello South Africans, this is what we must do to the ANC I. 2024 when we think of all the trauma, sufferings and hardships under their administration. Nathi Mthethwa Ramaphosa Adv Teffo #KellyKhumalo #PhalaphalaGate #EFFRedFriday".
Source and Link:@_Babzile Twitter handle
Justice for xolani Jack in his Twitter handle @_Babazile was expressing his views while referring to the video said South Africa we should do this to Ramaphosa, Blade Nzimande, Bheki Cele, Pravi Gordhan, Nathi Mthethwa, Mbalula and every ANC Minister where we meet them, Sibagibisele nge Santi or Kanjani.
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