Bonang Matheba, a media celebrity, may not have anticipated the responses of netizens who thought she should not remark on political affairs.

South Africans are questioning if President Cyril Ramaphosa will still be the country’s leader in the aftermath of the Phala Phala findings.

The independent panel formed by National Assembly speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula found “prima facie” evidence that Ramaphosa may have violated sections 96(2)(a) of the constitution and 34(1) of the PRECCA in order to keep the burglary probe confidential.

In a nutshell, Ramphosa has a case to answer for the Phala Phala burglary, and it was anticipated that he would address the country on Thursday; however, this information was false.

Much of the social media discussion centred on whether Ramaphosa would resign or step down.


Bonang Matheba, an award-winning TV personality, came to a simple conclusion, tweeting her opinions on what the president should do.

Twitter users flocked to Bonang’s comment area, some bringing up photographs of her praising the president. There have also been rumours that the presenter has worked with the ANC.

Bonang spoke with the president via live video call. Ramaphosa asked her to encourage young people to vote in the 2019 general election, but he never asked her to implore people to vote for the ANC.

Some argued that the BNG businesswoman was unqualified to share her thoughts, which is why she didn’t share her thoughts on former President Jacob Zuma.


By J Times

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