Parliament is currently considering whether the African Transformation Movement will be allowed a motion of no confidence against Cyril Ramaphosa said Speaker Thandi Modise.
Magashule, a staunch supporter of the former president Zuma is currently considered Ramaphosa’s biggest opponent in the ANC.
Modise confirmed Thursday that her office received the motion and is considering it. “It should satisfy us that it meets all the requirements, but we are currently dealing with it.”
According to Zungula, there was summit after summit, promise after promise, one investment conference after another, youth and women’s summits, “but the country continues to sink.”
“Ramaphoria no longer exists.
“The promised New Dawn has virtually turned into a nightmare for every citizen. The 3% growth that Pres. Ramaphosa promised during his election campaign was nothing more than an aerial mirror. The country’s economy has further weakened with declining growth rate forecasts that have become a norm. ”
Zungula added that South Africa continued to swim in unprecedented levels of debt, with no sign of recovery.
“Unemployment, rising poverty, and hopelessness are quickly becoming a defining feature of South Africa.
“The general levels of violence and lawlessness, especially in schools, and cruelty to women are at a new high.
“This is a clear sign of a sick community under Ramaphosa. South Africa was never like it is now. We are looking for our country back.
“The ship has no captain, enough is enough.