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Ramaphosa Must Be Careful. Mbalula Can Turn Against Him During The Free State Conference, Says Mageu

Deputy Minister of Transport Fikile April Mbalula is a South African politician. Prior to it, he held the positions of Minister and Deputy Minister of Police and Minister of Sports and Rec. It was reported that Cyril Ramaphosa, the president of South Africa, had ejected Transport Minister, Fikile April Mbalula, from the meeting on Sunday. 

This occurred as a result of complaints from cabinet members to Cyril Ramaphosa about Fikile Mbalula's performance, according to a trustworthy source. 

Cyril Ramaphosa was cautioned by several South Africans to be wary of Fikile Mbalula, who they said may turn against him. In a message that states "Cyril Ramaphosa must be careful," Mageu stated all of this: It's possible that Mbalula will turn against him at a summit for free states. 

A sampling of the responses from worried South Africans is provided here, as well as a link to the full transcript. 

To put it mildly, Pravin had no choice but to remove Mbalula from his position as chief of staff after discovering that the man was incapable of handling the more difficult tasks that came his way. The president was incorrect. Normally, ministers aren't meant to be aware of impending meetings or agenda items. Attendees should not be expected to read documents in advance of meetings. Mbalula was hacked to pieces. To treat a black person in this way is unjust. 

Fikile Mbalula, the Minister of Transport appointed by Cyril Ramaphosa, was known to be incompetent prior to his appointment, but it did not stop him from being appointed. He chases him out of the meeting as the seat heats up? When a minister of sports is promoted to minister of police after failing in his previous role as minister of transportation, the public should be questioning what else FK Mbalula knows that other cabinet members and ministries do not. 

Does Cyril Ramaphosa, in your opinion, need to exercise caution in his dealings with Fikile April Mbalula? Let us know what you think in the comments area below.


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