Ramaphosa says his fight to clean up the ANC will never end

Ramaphosa says his fight to clean up the ANC will never end

- President Ramaphosa stated that he is aware of a fight back against him, but he remains adamant that he will not retreat

- The president added that his administration would continue to bravely clean up the African National Congress

- South Africa's leader has been under attack from politicians since he took over as president

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President Ramaphosa made it clear that despite those fighting against him and his attempts to clean up the government, he will not surrender.

He said that he is aware of the fight against him and his administration but warned his enemies that he is not about to raise the white flag.

The president was speaking to Radio 702's Xolani Gwala, and his resolve was evident.

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Briefly.co.za gathered President Ramaphosa also stated that his administration would continue to have the necessary determination and courage to clean up the ANC.

We’re going to have the courage and determination to clean up, because we reposition the African National Congress when we clean up.
That fight back, that pushback, is never going to succeed. Those people who are trying to push back need to know very clearly our determination is resolute.

The attacks against the president have been hard to miss. From an alleged plot to oust him, to political parties clearly defying his rule and taking him on.

However, President Ramaphosa is unswerving in his aims to clean up South Africa.

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Here is the full interview:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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