Deputy president David Mabuza has vowed to say all that he knows should he be forcefully relieved of his office, this is according to an insider.

Already President Cyril Ramaphosa has a tough task ahead of him as he considers his Cabinet for South Africa’s sixth democratic government.

Inside sources have revealed  that the reason for Mabuza’s removal is best known to the party hierarchy.

The main thing on the presidency’s agenda, for now, is Ramaphosa’s inauguration that is only eight days away.

The excitement around the occasion that will be held at the Loftus Versveld Stadium, in Pretoria, has taken hold of everyone’s attention.

Earlier in the week, a string of posts revealing a ‘leaked’ version of Ramaphosa’s reviewed Cabinet list did not include Mabuza’s name next to the deputy president slot.

It is no secret that if Ramaphosa had his way at the 2017 Nasrec conference, the last person he would have considered for the position is Mabuza.

Hence, the president’s victory at the polls may now  allow him enough veto powers to remove those who are seen as incompetent by the party’s executive.

But with the ongoing threat, if Mabuza is removed, untold secret could be exposed to the public space.

Ramaphosa may be the head of state but he shares most of his authority with the ANC’s national executive committee (NEC).

Any decision on the Cabinet list must pass through the hands of the party’s top brass, some of which are Mabuza sympathists.

Based on available information received, it is almost certain that by the time Ramaphosa’s Cabinet is announced, Mabuza’s name will not feature in it.

There has been no word from the president’s office on when Ramaphosa will announce his new Cabinet.

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Deputy president David Mabuza has vowed to say all that he knows should he be forcefully relieved of his office, this is according to an insider. Already President Cyril Ramaphosa has a tough task ahead of him as he considers his Cabinet for South Africa’s sixth democratic government. Inside sources have...