CYRIL RAMAPHOSA - is unable to make decisions that will benefit South Africa[Opinion]
View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Our President Cyril Ramaphosa is unable to make correct decisions that will benefit the country of South Africa.
While he has ministers who are speaking through his ears - he never objects nor gives better more knowledgeable advice to his people.
As President of South Africa - surely he is meant to have the last say, however in this case his ministers have the last say and he doesn't even consider what poor decisions they are making.
If it wasn't for his ministers the SAPS and all other incompetent workers - then possibly South Africa would have been in a better state than it is in today.
Angie Motshekga is set to send 98% of kids back to school - during the coronavirus pandemic where infection rates are far surging to unimaginable daily rates.
Now is a very crucial time for anyone to even step out their own homes, yet our children of South Africa are being thrown into the lions den, to see who comes out alive.
There are no justifiable reasons for this.
The school year should not continue. Kids can lose out a year of school - it's okay. Their lives are far more important.
Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma - over her ban on cigarettes which is considered unlawful and unconstitutional - President Cyril Ramaphosa failed to step in an correct her mistake.
When thousands of prisoners were released from prison and we are now faced with more theft, more robberies? Or what about the fact that more than half a million of citizens have been arrested "during the coronavirus pandemic" - what sort of poor decisions are ANC workers making?
Allowing the sale of alcohol had shown clearly to government from day one, how accidents and death have become more apparent after they lifted the ban - Cyril Ramaphosa hasn't done anything about this.
The high rate of domestic violence, rape, molestation, murder during the coronavirus pandemic, what has Cyril Ramaphosa done about this?
Delaying the payments for Grants to various applicants who wait patiently for "small" amounts of money and they continue to wait - where is the justice for them during this time when so many people have lost their jobs?
It seems that Cyril and his ministers are not doing their part and their poor decisions are going to cause destruction to South Africa.
What's your thought?