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ANC condemns anti-Ramaphosa march

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The ANC has condemned the so-called Ramaphosa Must Fall March, stating that it is seeking to disrupt the party’s agenda as a movement.

The African National Congress (ANC), on Thursday, 29 July 2021, released a statement addressing what it has referred to as the “so-called Ramaphosa Must Fall March.” The ruling party stated that it condemns the faceless poster that has been circulating on social media, mobilising people to attend the contentious march.

The ANC noted that this march was meant to take place on Friday, 30 July 2021, in Johannesburg, further stating that these kinds of posters were part of the concerted efforts to disrupt the agenda of the ANC. The party believes that it is an attempt to deter it from fulfilling its roles and responsibilities of renewing and rebuilding itself as a movement and ensure that it remains true to its founding values.

The ruling party also stressed that it is dealing with challenges emanating from the global pandemic, looting and vandalism of the property of businesses meant to contribute to its efforts to reconstruct the economy. The ANC emphasised that these kinds of counter-revolutionary actions demonstrate desperation that seeks to defocus the party of its efforts, and further vowed to take the necessary steps to defend the democratic gains that it is working on.

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Mahlohonolo Lakaje
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