- Local singer Amanda Black greets President Cyril Ramaphosa after his presidential address on Sunday Visor.
Ramaphosa announced that the country would remain at Level 4 to block the alarm with some minor changes during his speech. He also spoke of the ongoing protests, saying: Justify such violent, destructive, and destructive acts. “The concern for all South Africans is that some of this violence is based on ethnic mobilization.”
On social media, the Amazulu star said Zuma supporters, not Zulu people, protested and asked what “ethnic crimes” and “ethnic mobilization” meant. “South Africa is on fire for the Zuma followers, not for the Zulu people! So what is an ethnic crime!? Ethnic Mobilization?
The full President of a country? @PresidencyZA. Mondi Nozipho Madlala commented, “You just gave them an idea.” However, in a follow-up tweet, Soi said she copes with stress by finding things to laugh about and suggesting that users block or disable them. Phongolo went on to state that he stood behind his testimony while people’s whereabouts were in danger.
He later said that he would not see a so-called “family reunion” after the speech and that South Africa deserved better and urged his fans not to forget to vote later this year. In the video, Duduzan can be heard saying, “… He shouldn’t have been jailed… We will struggle to get him out, no doubt… This is not a Free JZ joke.” He said, “I don’t think the President can fake his worries tonight. That was the last time I saw an address.
- Be accepted. I got it. But hope doesn’t kill. It just means you know you deserve better. We deserve better as a nation. We’re important, okay?! Don’t forget to vote. “