Admittedly, things are rather moving fast in South Africa particularly in the world of politics. However, at this point in time the attention seems to be on what a South African Political commentator Moeletsi Mbeki has articulated when he appeared on Power FM on Monday. The well-known South African Political commentator while speaking to Lerato Mbhele on Power FM on Monday, posited that Mr Cyril Ramaphosa has to be one of best public relations he could think of, but failed as a president. Moeletsi Mbeki further pointed out that the ANC and currently South African president Cyril Ramaphosa is not a leader but a party agent.
The comments of Moeletsi Mbeki on Mr Cyril Ramaphosa have since managed to grab the attention of many South African people, particularly those who seems to be well acquainted with the dynamics of South African politics.
And one such person, is Khanyi. Khanyi took Twitter to pose a question which seemingly made some people to react with mixed reactions. And Khanyi argued that people who generally criticises the Thumamina regime are readily labelled RET forces. Khanyi has asked if people have started calling Moeletsi Mbeki an RET force.
Khanyi posted the following:
"Have they started calling Moeketsi Mbeki an RET force yet? Because everyone that criticises this Thumamina regime is labelled an RET force."
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