Allies of the Opposition Want Ramaphosa to Account for the Phala Phala Matter

President Cyril Ramaphosa and his administration are allegedly being held accountable for the break-in at his Phala Phala farm, according to opposition parties, who say they would utilize the legal system and parliamentary procedures to do so.

The Pan Africanist Congress (PAC), the Democratic Alliance (DA), the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), the African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP), Cope, and other political parties held a media conference on Wednesday in an attempt to introduce a covert vote of no confidence in the National Assembly.

Vuyolwethu Zungula, the leader of the African Transformation Movement (ATM), said that Ramaphosa had violated the law his oath of office, and the Constitution.

“Accountability will be imposed by the opposition parties joining together in Parliament. We will continue this process until Mr. Ramaphosa is impeached and the motion of no confidence is approved against him, as it is our duty and responsibility to ensure he accounts, “said Zungula.

In the meantime, Julius Malema, the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), has maintained his demands that Ramaphosa be removed from office so that the farmgate corruption inquiry can proceed without interruption.

“The president must take a leave of absence so that these institutions can carry out their duties without interference or intimidation,” Malema said. “We know for a fact that the issue of Phala Phala farm is a priority case in the Hawks and the political interference has always stopped the Hawks from moving.”

Following reports that millions in allegedly stolen foreign currency were taken from the game farm, pressure on Ramaphosa has increased.

According to the charges, the president might have violated South Africa’s tax and foreign exchange regulations.

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Nomusa Dube-Ncube, the recently named KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) premier-elect, has pledged to address the difficulties and problems the province is currently facing.

The ruling African National Congress (ANC) declared Dube-Ncube to be the new premier on Monday morning.

She is the province’s first woman to hold the position of premier.

After Sihle Zikalala’s resignation last week, she was deployed.


She made the statement shortly after the ANC’s provincial leadership announced her selection for the position: “I do accept the deployment by the ANC and also wish to thank the trust that the ANC is giving to me to be able to lead a collective in government.”

Dube, who has held executive committee positions in a number of province-wide portfolios, will now take on the position of premier.


She stated that addressing the difficulties KZN residents faced was one of her top priorities.

“I am definitely going to be working with the ANC leadership, as well as all my colleagues in government, to make sure that we address the crippling issues that we are still dealing with in our province, those of socioeconomic challenges and issues with unemployment.”

On Wednesday, Dube is anticipated to take the oath of office at the provincial legislature in Pietermaritzburg.

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