Ramaphosa was almost 1h late for event and twitter is fuming

Ramaphosa was almost 1h late for event and twitter is fuming

- Cyril Ramaphosa enraged Twitter after keeping the nation waiting for an hour for the Cabinet reshuffle

- People were equally infuriated that somehow Bathabile Dlamini managed to retain her position as Minister of Women

- Dlamini escaped being removed even though the Constitutional Court had found her reckless and grossly negligent

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Twitter is on fire after President Cyril Ramaphosa left the country waiting for an hour. Due to begin his media conference on the Cabinet reshuffle at 3pm, the president gave people more than enough time to get riled up.

The conference was the very definition of anti-climatic with very few changes made. One of the most common comments was that Jacob Zuma’s reshuffle in the dead of the night actually worked out better.

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Another popular view point was that Minister of Women Bathabile Dlamini should have been axed.

Briefly.co.za reported earlier that President Cyril Ramaphosa is facing calls from opposition parties and civil society organisations such as the Black Sash and Freedom Under Law to fire the minister of women in the Presidency, Bathabile Dlamini.

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This comes after the Constitutional Court on Thursday found that Dlamini was reckless and grossly negligent in the way she handled the social grants payment debacle which gripped the nation in 2017 while she was still minister of social development.

Here is what some tweeps had to say about her escaping the chopping block:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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