Ramaphosa will not be getting an apology from Cosatu

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ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa was forced to abandon his Workers’ Day address at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium last Sunday. Cosatu is still to decide whether or not to apologise for that humiliation Photos: AP Photo / Denis Farrell
ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa was forced to abandon his Workers’ Day address at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium last Sunday. Cosatu is still to decide whether or not to apologise for that humiliation Photos: AP Photo / Denis Farrell

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If President Cyril Ramaphosa and the ANC are waiting for an apology from Cosatu after he was heckled at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium near Rustenburg in the North West last Sunday, they will have to wait a little bit longer.

This is because the union federation is divided on whether Ramaphosa and the governing party are owed an apology after its members, gathered for the Workers’ Day commemoration, booed the president, forcing him to abandon his scheduled address.

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