South Africans react to Zimbabwe's opposition calling for Ramaphosa's help

South Africans react to Zimbabwe's opposition calling for Ramaphosa's help

Zimbabweans are calling on President Cyril Ramaphosa to intervene in the unrest gripping the country. South Africa's neighbour is suffering an internet blackout imposed by the government on Monday in response to a fuel hike.

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Briefly.co.za recently reported that Tendai Biti, Zimbabwean opposition official, is calling for President Cyril Ramaphosa to intervene in the situation unfolding in Zimbabwe.

South Africa's neighbour recently went into a violent shutdown after the price of fuel increased by more than 100%. The government imposed an internet blackout in response to protests that erupted.

Readers shared their opinions on the situation with Briefly.co.za. Some pointed out that Ramaphosa was indeed the chairman of the SADC and as such should call a meeting to deal with the situation.

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Others pointed out that the situation in Zimbabwe was self-inflicted and should be dealt with by the citizens and government.

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An inspiring amount even said that Zimbabwe should become a part of our country, sharing the uBuntu spirit locals are renowned for.

A few readers used the opportunity to send some shade Ramaphosa's way.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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