IFP peeved at Ramaphosa's manifesto ‘sabotage’

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IFP leader Velenkosini Hlabisa slammed Ramaphosa for stealing the party’s thunder with his address. Photo: Jabu Kumalo
IFP leader Velenkosini Hlabisa slammed Ramaphosa for stealing the party’s thunder with his address. Photo: Jabu Kumalo

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IFP leader Velenkosini Hlabisa slammed Ramaphosa for stealing the party’s thunder with his address.

“It was very unfair and therefore sends a message to us that he is not our president, because if he is our president, he should respect us all,” Hlabisa said.

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