- The DA has come forward to tell South Africa’s ruling party, the ANC, that they should “split”
- This drastic suggestion follows new revelations made regarding a probe into SA President, Cyril Ramaphosa’s shady dealings with campaign donors
- Leaked emails have confirmed that Ramaphosa knew who funded his 2017 campaign, despite his previous denial of this fact
The Democratic Alliance (DA), has expressed their wish that South Africa’s current ruling party, the African National Congress (ANC), should “split”.
This statement follows the revealing of new information regarding the SA Public Protector’s probe into President Cyril Ramaphosa, The Citizen reported.
Newly-discovered leaked emails show that Ramaphosa was very much aware of the identities of those who funded his campaign, despite his previous denial of this.
After this information was shared, DA leader, Mmusi Maimane, took to social media to call on the ANC to “split”.
Briefly.co.za saw that Maimane also told followers that they can expect “more of this” from the ruling party.
The DA predict that the ANC will continue to lost trust from the South African public and display in-house fighting.
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