Zuma attacks Ramaphosa for ‘betraying ANC’ in open letter

Zuma attacks Ramaphosa for 'betraying ANC' in open letter


Jacob Zuma opened a huge box of worms on Friday, after writing a scathing open letter to his successor. Msholozi hammered President Cyril Ramaphosa on a number of issues but mainly opposes the letter that the of state sent this week to all ANC members regarding corruption.

What did Jacob Zuma write about Cyril Ramaphosa?

you might expect, this has pushed a few ubaba buttons. There was a tacit mistrust between Jacob Zuma and Cyril Ramaphosa, since the latter took over from the former at the of the ANC 11; and South Africa 11; February 018. This, however, marks the clearest and most scathing discussion between the two.

  • Zuma blames Ramaphosa for making 20;ANC issues21; a public affair 11; and wants them discussed private.
  • Msholozi says Cyril 20;betrayed the party21; for its members corrupt.
  • Ramaphosa17;s predecessor also criticized the president for failing to abide by Nasrec17;s resolutions 11; Zuma is particularly upset that the Reserve Bank has never been nationalized.

20;You betrayed the ANC21;

The most scathing part of Zuma’s letter comes halfway, where he suggests that President Ramaphosa accuses the members of committing the same acts of corruption that he and his current ministers are guilty of. JZ calls out, rather loosely, Cyril for his own alleged bad behavior – and claims he only acts against criminal activity to “ save his own skin. ” Really, this is a remarkable statement:

“To stand up public and say that the ANC must bury its shame is a devastating statement to make. Your letter is a diversion and simply serves a public relations exercise to save your skin. By accusing the entire ANC of bribery for the acts of a few, you are betraying all the people who came together to create the party 1912. ”

“It is unforgivable to label our grassroots members criminals for crimes with which you and those you serve in state structures are accused. Your letter is rather low and disappointing, and it lends credence to the idea that you are working for white monopoly capital.

Jacob Zuma on Cyril Ramaphosa


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