Jacob Zuma attacks Cyril Ramaphosa
The former president speaks to the media on Saturday in Johannesburg for the first time after his release from prison.
He was sentenced to 15 months in prison for contempt of court after he refused to continue with his testimony at the State Capture Commission in 2021, but spent 3 months and later granted medical parole
Speaking about Cyril’s negligence and atrocities, Zuma said:
“No president should conduct private business while in office. It’s not allowed. Our country’s problems are big enough for a president who is busy hustling on the side.”
“Your president has committed treason!”
“To add insult to injury, the Western Cape High Court has found that the president went further and suspended the public protector for the sole purpose of covering up his Phala-Phala corruption,” Zuma added.