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A Twitter User Says Mchunu Should Be SA President For Recovering R600 Million From Dodgy Tenders



Unfortunately, most of the political leaders in the ANC only have one mission to do and this is to serve the nation. This has been the number one mandate they have to implement to ensure that the needs of the people are satisfied. To some members of the ANC doing good for the country has been a rollercoaster Tycoon that people have to be used for mind games.

This is because they are used as objects to keep a certain audience happy while the whole people have to suffer more insightful damage. It is becoming clear that people have to make another consideration on which political party they can put in power and lead.


A few days ago the people of South Africa were surprised by a certain minister cabinet that was appointed by Ramaphosa in the Department of Water and Sanitation to tackle corruption. This is because an amount of R600 million has now been recovered after it was awarded from dodgy tenders in the last three years. This was when Nomvula Makonyane was holding the same position. Even though the fight to end corruption under the ANC government is hard as each department is 90% corrupt.

Ever since Senzo Mchunu declares that money that was recovered will be used to fund projects that his department will be doing in another month to come. After a well good job done by Senzo Mchunu people are now declaring he should be president of the ANC with the view that corruption will come to an end.


With some of the Ramaphosa cabinet ministers haven’t come out to reveal how their department it seems like Mchunu could make a good candidate for the presidency of South Africa.

What is your intake on this matter and why do you say so?

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