President Cyril Ramaphosa’s wishy-washy stance on the ANC’s resolutions, including expropriation of land without compensation, will be used as a basis to remove him at the party’s national general council (NGC) in June next year.
The move will see Ramaphosa’s deputy, David Mabuza, replacing him.These claims were made by EFF leader Julius Malema during the party’s media briefing in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, on Wednesday.
Malema said an internal rebellion against Ramaphosa was brewing within the ANC. “The reality of the situation is that Ramaphosa won’t finish his term.
The man is stuck. If [he] dares remove people from the list, they are working on the ground and they are talking to branches.
The NGC will take place in June.