- Social media users are not happy with President Cyril Ramaphosa
- A new hashtag has been trending called #VoetsekRamaPhosa, which Twitter users have used to vent their anger
- People were angry with a lot of things but the issues that caused the most concern was corruption, Eksom and load-shedding
Social media user took to the internet to let off some steam and had President Cyril Ramaphosa firmly in their sights with the hashtag #VoetsekRamaPhosa.
Twitter users were angry at the president for a number of things, all linked to perceived corruption in the government and state-owned enterprises.
One issue, in particular, had ruffled Mzansi's feathers was the issue of Eskom, load-shedding and bailouts.
Here are some reactions Briefly.co.za found to share with the country:
"Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe's testimony."
"Cyril Ramaphosa is the one behind the Eskimo's loadshedding #VoetsekRamaPhosa"
"Mna I'm just waiting for the opening of parliament nje when Julius shouts "order Honourable speaker, order. We Can't Be Addressed By Jackie Chan's wife here"#VoetsekANC #VoetsekEFF #VoetsekRamaPhosa #PutSouthAfricaFirst #NoChineseInSAPaliarment"
"This #VoetsekRamaPhosa #VoetsekANC should be the wake call, we are too comfortable with what is happening in our country and quick to tweet but come voting day we really need to show our power and stop finding reasons to continue voting looters in power #VoetsekRamaPhosa"
"Where is all this money? #VoetsekRamaPhosa"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that in a bid to eradicate corruption in South African politics, President Cyril Ramaphosa has signed the Political Party Funding Act (PPFA) into law.
As from 1st of April 2021, among other things, the PPFA will prohibit donations to parties by foreign governments or agencies, foreign persons or entities, organs of state or state-owned enterprises.
In an exclusive interview with Briefly.co.za, young legal Scholar Sydwel Mkhize said the PPFA is one of many very important tools of addressing real and perceived illicit financial conducts by or to political parties.
In other news, people often see or meet celebs during their morning jogs but one South African lady had jaws dropping after she ran into President Cyril Ramaphosa. @LM_Okuhle (Mbali) on Twitter managed to stop the President to take a few selfies as well.
She shared the images along with a short caption explaining that she had stopped the President as he was going about his morning jog. She shared the post early this morning and it's already surpassed 10 000 likes on the social networking site.
South Africans rushed to her replies section with some hilarious comments.
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