JUSTICE MALALA | The racist kind of criticism that has been levelled at Ramaphosa is horrendous

It is worth noting that many of those accusing Ramaphosa of being a lackey of billionaire interests are heavily implicated in corruption

23 June 2024 - 21:21

President Cyril Ramaphosa gets criticised a lot, as he should be. He is, after all, our commander-in-chief. The buck stops with him. The fact that unemployment is worse today than it was when he ascended to power in 2018 is his responsibility and he must bear that burden. Rampant crime, widening inequality and heartbreaking poverty — all these have worsened on his watch...

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