Mbhazima Shilowa | Put SA first, instead of the party, Cyril. We are tired of corruption

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Cyril Ramaphosa with  Zweli Mkhize at the ANC's elective conference in 2017.
Cyril Ramaphosa with Zweli Mkhize at the ANC's elective conference in 2017.
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President Cyril Ramaphosa's handling of the Digital Vibes saga and his need to maintain unity in the party do not bode well for his fight against corruption, writes Mbhazima Shilowa.

An often-used Xitsonga saying goes: N'hwari-mbirhi; yin'we yi tshwa nkanga, yin'we yi bola xifuva (You cannot do two jobs at the same time; neither will be done properly).

President Cyril Ramaphosa is struggling to walk the two paths the ANC has chosen – demonstrate the party's commitment to root out corruption and maintain the party's unity at the same time.

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