Ramaphosa says he’s not insulted by Zuma’s letter

Written by on 1 September, 2020

President, Cyril Ramaphosa, says he does not view former president, Jacob Zuma’s, recent letter as an insult to him.

In a scathing letter, Zuma lambasted Ramaphosa, of leaving the ANC out to dry by accusing the party of criminality and saying the ANC is accused number one in allegations of corruption.

Speaking at a media conference on the outcomes of the NEC’s special meeting held over the weekend Ramaphosa says he is not easily insulted and will not be responding to the letter.

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Meanwhile, Ramaphosa says state institutions and law enforcement agencies have no part playing party politics, theirs is to remain objective.

He adds that government is currently strengthening the National Prosecuting Authority.

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By: Bright Ntuli

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