Reports that have reached out studios from South Africa have revealed that Cyril Ramaphosa, the incumbent president for south Africa is considering resigning following an advisory agreement which said that he had violated the constitution of the land. Ramaphosa is connected to a burglary scandal at his farm according to Bloomberg.
According to Bloomberg the president is currently in serious meetings with his closest allies who are advising him on what he should do. This was revealed by some people who are familiar with the matter but not allowed to talk to the media. They asked that their identity be hidden.
The parliament is also yet to examine the report and give a way forward if the president has violated the constitution and if the impeachment proceedings should start next week. This comes at the time when Ramaphosa is headed to an important election in his party. In a conclusion written by a three panel people recently Mr Ramaphosa could have committed a big crime which will see him resign soon.
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