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A Section 89 panel headed by former chief justice Sandile Ngcobo found President Cyril Ramaphosa has an impeachable case to answer on the Phala Phala scandal.Please select an option Oops! Something went wrong, please try again later.
Ramaphosa should do the honourable thing and immediately resign.
22% - 1824 votes
Ramaphosa should follow due process and submit himself to an impeachment hearing.
30% - 2429 votes
Ramaphosa should fight the findings in court and keep his job at all costs
48% - 3890 votes
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