Social media questions why Ramaphosa supports Bathabile Dlamini

Social media questions why Ramaphosa supports Bathabile Dlamini

Mzansi was left disturbed by President Ramaphosa's decision to defend the ANC's Minister of Women during a recent interview. The general consensus is that Dlamini must have info on the president and that he fears exposure.

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President Ramaphosa had a long, interesting interview with Xolani Gwala on Radio 702 that left South Africans unsettled.

Ramaphosa praised and defended Bathabile Dlamini, the ANC's embattled Minister of Women, much to the annoyance of Mzansi.

The president said that Dlamini raised the bar and is right where she should be, as reported on earlier by Briefly.co.za.

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Social media has become a platform where people can share their opinions, and South Africans used the opportunity to its max.

Many believe Dlamini must have files on the president that she's blackmailing him with, while others pointed out that they just can't trust the ANC.

@PoppyIsMyName - I think ubaba left Batha with some files hence Cyril can't do anything to her #RamaphosaOn702
@FikileXhale - This drunkard mismanaged @OfficialSASSA into near collapse and the constitutional court found her reckless and grossly negligent yet @PresidencyZA @CyrilRamaphosa praises her. This sums up why SA is falling apart and why the ANC can't be
@denny52pen - Great interview last night @gwalax @CyrilRamaphosa I have a lot of faith in our president except for his recommendation of #bathabiledlamini - which is an insult to women everywhere. We have such a problem with violence against women & children & it’s just getting worse
@megankendal - I’m not satisfied with our President’s response on #BathabileDlamini. She definitley has smaller-nyana skeletons on the ANC leadership.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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