ANC fuels tweeps' anger: Black Twitter blames Ramaphosa for high petrol prices

ANC fuels tweeps' anger: Black Twitter blames Ramaphosa for high petrol prices

So, on Wednesday the ANC called on the government to seize petrol price hike or to reduce the cost of fuel.

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This angered tweeps who believe it is the ANC's fault that the overall cost of living has skyrocketed.

The DA's Chief Whip, John Steenhuisen, took to Twitter to share his thoughts on the ANC's calls to reduce fuel prices.

Steenhuisen then went on to explain how the DA would have tackled the problem to reduce petrol prices below R15.

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Meanwhile, EFF leader Julius Malema accused Cyril Ramaphosa for the high fuel prices, and he called on South Africans to vote the ANC out of power in the 2019 elections, Eyewtiness News reported.

"By raising petrol prices after all other taxes on individuals, the Ramaphosa government is doing everything to milk the poor of their last cents. We call on the people of South Africa to reject Ramaphosa and the ANC by voting them out of power in 2019", Juju said on Thursday during a briefing outside the EFF headquarters.

And, it appears South Africans are agreeing with him. Taking to social media, tweeps complained about the high fuel prices- and a lot of them blamed Ramaphosa.

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As Briefly.co.za reported previously, Ramaphoria is coming to an end as social media users already started to call for his head.

South Africans took to social media to voice their worries and it didn't take long for #RamaphosaMustFall to trend on the social streets.

Ramaphosa is going to have to do something radical to get SA's faith back.

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