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The easy job for new ANC president CR17

28 December 2017, 14:28  - Tazvi Gamz

Against what most people think about the difficult tasks of uniting the ANC and getting the confidence of heartbroken loyalists, I find the job for the new ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa a very simple one which does not require any mathematician to waste time on a calculator counting possible permutations.

The country is in the hands of the most controversial President in the world today. The country is in the hands of the only President in this world fighting several criminal counts from his own government and in his own country today (783 counts of corruption, fraud, racketeering and money laundering). The country is in the hands of the only President in the world who is officially under FBI probe for money international laundering. And as if this is not enough or they are just power games and political schemed allegations to bring President Zuma down, the country is in the hands of the only President in the world today who was accused of having raped a woman (Khwezi) from the family’s  friends in 2005 prior for him ascending to his presidency. During the trial, Zuma admitted to having unprotected sex with his accuser, whom he knew to be HIV positive, but claimed that he took a shower afterwards to cut the risk of contracting HIV. Now here is the question of morality and trust.

During the run-up to the ANC elections, Cyril Ramaphosa conceded that he believed in Kwezi’s rape as a true story and he is also on record calling Hawks and the National Prosecuting Authority to fast-track their investigations into state capture, adding that it was a "shame" that the FBI was now investigating the issue while the perception that South Africa was corrupt was growing .

Now that Cyril is sitting on the most powerful seat in ANC, its time to walk the talk. He knows the bacteria in South Africa today, rescue South Africa from state captures and let the law take its course. The current state of corruption revolves around State Capture by the GuptasZuptaism, from roots to branches must be uprooted from SA landscape. Recalling controversial Zuma from the presidency is the first and only transition to that route.

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