Outrage Erupts as Floyd Makwela Attacks President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Election Poster, Blaming Him for Unemployment


By Staff Reporter

TZANEEN-A video capturing socialite and comedian Floyd Makwela hitting President Cyril Ramaphosa’s election poster has ignited a firestorm of outrage on social media.

In the footage, Makwela can be seen venting his frustration, blaming the president for the country’s unemployment woes. The incident has sparked intense debate and condemnation from various quarters.

Makwela’s video quickly went viral, circulating widely across social media platforms. While some individuals resonated with his sentiments, expressing their own frustrations with unemployment, others criticized his actions as disrespectful and counterproductive.

In the midst of the controversy, Makwela’s actions have drawn attention to the broader issues facing South Africa, particularly the pressing issue of unemployment.

With a significant portion of the population struggling to find work, there is widespread discontent and a demand for solutions from the government. This was confirmed by the recent data released by Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) with unemployment rates reaching a staggering 32.9% nationally and Limpopo’s unemployment rate standing at 47.8%.

The incident involving Makwela also took a political turn when he was seen praising Julius Malema’s poster and indicating his intention to vote for him. This shift in allegiance has further fueled speculation and debate, adding another layer of complexity to the situation.

Amidst the furor, some have warned Makwela of potential consequences for his actions, cautioning him against inciting violence or engaging in behaviour that could land him in trouble with the authorities.

The video got a lot of attention online. Some people agreed with the man’s feelings of frustration about unemployment. Others thought his actions were wrong and didn’t help.

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