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Archbishop Makgoba calls for govt of national unity if President Ramaphosa resigns

Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, Thabo Makgoba called for the establishment of a government of national unity if President Cyril Ramaphosa resigned.

This as the country waits to hear from the president on his next move after a damning finding from an independent panel set up by Parliament to investigate the 2020 theft of foreign currency at his Phala Phala farm.

The president told the panel that he received over $500,000 for the sale of buffalo which was stored in his sofas.

The money was stolen but the crime was not reported to the relevant authorities, leading the panel to declare that the president has an impeachment case to answer.

Archbishop Makgoba said that the country was in crisis and that the governing African National Congress (ANC) seemed to be in meltdown.

“I call for the establishment of a government of national unity under a respected elder to stabilize the country until the next election. And during the next year we need to hold an economic [Convention for a Democratic South Africa] to address the real crisis facing the country, which is the scandalous gap between those who benefit from the intergenerational wealth and those who are locked out of the economy”, he said.


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