THE HONOURABLE CYRIL MATAMELA RAMAPHOSA will not be removed because of bitter tribalists who do not want to be led by other tribes. The tribalists must be reminded that in 2016 the ANC performed poorly in all provinces, except KZN. The party also lost 3 metros for the first time since 1994, and the same backwards tribalists blamed the loss on everyone else except their "100% Zuluboy" from Nkandla.
We have seen how they have been working very hard since 2017 to undermine CR and his administration. Even going as far as planting their agents in government and other state institutions to derail Ramaphosa. We would rather die than watch South Africa being turned into a Zulu kingdom by primitive tribalists.
I also think When people are fed up of billionaires manipulation, their puppets take the pain. Tribalism is just only in your mind... Good leaders do listen to people. Buying presidency and leading the people"s movement will never be the same.
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