Cyril Ramaphosa maybe leading the nominations race for the ANC president chair currently, but with the delegates going to vote in the upcoming conference, NDZ is certainly going to have an upper hand. Meanwhile Cyril Ramaphosa, the Deputy President and one of the contenders for the ANC presidential chair, criticized ANC ruling government and its working culture in his latest interview on Radio702 (another White Supportive station). He further said that if he become the next ANC President, he will focus on uniting the different factions within the party. In his words, “Our movement is divided and there are factions.”
This can clearly been termed as another ploy of him to promote and market his Presidential campaign but the same has backfired his intentions as this has attract severe criticism from South African people and the ANC members as he kept on blaming the ruling government for Low Economic Growth. While he stated, “I believe that our economy is not a one-or two-per cent growth economy; I believe it can grow at 4% and we can revitalize our economy, if we do the right things,” he was thrashed by the masses for his words. The big questions come up that how come a person, who confronts the vision of RET (the Main Propaganda of ANC), can support the economic growth of this country.
This is the same Ramaphosa who left ANC few years back just to get on with his business aspirations, in support with the WMC. The People of this country should decide whether they want to chose a person who don’t believe in their common interests and only concerned about bringing more benefits to WMC and himself, or whether they want to chose a lady who believes in uniting ANC and bringing the change in the current Eco-Socio structure of the nation by the Implementation of RET.
Cyril Ramaphosa can be termed as the biggest traitor for this country and even his own party ANC. On one hand he quotes himself as the future leader of South Africa and on the other side he supports and pampers the illicit objectives of WMC. It’s worth mentioning here that even Fikile April Mbalula, Minister of Police in the Cabinet of South Africa has confronted Ramaphosa’s New deal .He said, “Cyril has not embraced RET, he is actually rubbishing it with his own policy concept”. While we got a person like Ramaphosa on one end, his counterpart NDZ seems more reliable with her clear vision of implementing RET for the betterment of the South African people. Her assurance in favor of RET, land expropriation without compensation and a push for bringing more reforms in economic transformation for black empowerment makes her the best choice over Ramaphosa.