The lack of discipline being enforced on President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Cabinet for failing to do their jobs is a bad reflection on him as a leader.
Spokesperson for the African Transformation Movement (ATM), Sibusiso Mncwabe says when Ramaphosa was appointed president, the country had high hopes that he would be the saving grace government needed, after ex-President Jacob’s Zuma’s failures.
His comments come as the ATM have resubmitted a motion of no confidence in the president. They argue that since Ramaphosa took charge, irregular expenditure in government and state-owned entities increased to over R61 billion in 2018/2019.
They also say that President Ramaphosa misled the nation about load shedding, making citizens believe it would be a thing of the past.