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Sanele Sano Ngcobo
 
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Ramaphosa has betrayed the fight against Blessers

20 September 2017, 14:24

The content of the leaked emails link Comrade Ramaphosa with affairs with 8 different women. In his response he didn't deny the allegations and didn't deny that the account (email) belong to him.

As a both a Deputy President of the country and Chairperson of the South African National Aids Council, Comrade Ramaphosa should be leading a fight against Blessers, immorality and dishonesty. The above mentioned factors are among the biggest drivers in the spread of HIV.

It is so unfortunate that some of us supporting Comrade Ramaphosa as an ANC President in the upcoming ANC elections are defending this kind of behavior. We defended President Jacob Zuma when he faced similar challenges and it strongly backfired.

We can say there are people leading a smear campaign against him, I strongly believe that but what we must know is that the principles of ethical leadership will protect anyone against such campaigns.

In absence of good leadership we follow anyone and in absence of all leadership, we do as we please. If we want to build this country and take it out of the mess created by our leaders, we must learn to deal away with blind loyalty. No matter how much you love a Combrade, you must be prepared to tell them when they are wrong.

We have more than 400 HIV new infections each an everyday in our country. This mostly affect women between the age of 15 to 24, now when a 64 year old, who is suppose to be protecting women in this age group, surely it can't be right. It totally wrong. Combrade Ramaphosa must do the right thing, apologize, and stop with this immorality and reckless behavior.

I am sure South Africans will forgive him and might still have a good chance to become a President.

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