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EFF leader Julius Malema has apologised to President Cyril Ramaphosa regarding the gender-based violence comments he made in Parliament.

2/20/2020

EFF leader Julius Malema has apologised to President Cyril Ramaphosa regarding the gender-based violence comments he made in Parliament via SABCNewsOnline

EFF leader Julius Malema has apologised to President Cyril Ramaphosa regarding the gender-based violence comments he made in Parliament.

@SABCNewsOnline Image: SABC News EFF leader Julius Malema says after Ramaphosa's apology he had a long discussion with his wife and they decided to also apologise Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has apologised to President Cyril Ramaphosa regarding the gender-based violence comments he made in Parliament. Malema’s apology follows that of President Ramaphosa during his reply to the SONA debate. The President apologised to Malema, his wife Mantoua Matlala and family for the humiliation he suffered after the claims by ANC MP that he abused his wife. In a statement, Malema says after Ramaphosa’s apology he had a long discussion with his wife. They then decided to accept it and subsequently apologise themselves to the President. Read Malema’s statement below: Watch President Ramaphosa offering an apology to Malema below: WATCH | President Ramaphosa offers apology to Malema's family and urges men to work together in stopping the violence brought on women by men. "We must bring gender-based violence to an end in our lifetime…and we must respect women of our country." Read more: SABC News Online

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i dnt know why black south africans would be against malema because everything he says and fight for reiterates black power we apologies as whole as EFF... That's what I wanted to hear. U are a great example of African leadership,thanks for apologising to the president and woman that we love in our country.JuJuMalema what about Boy Mamabolo the superstar in Perfect Wedding suits, he must also apologise in parliament, he's guilty

Mxm it takes a real man to apologise even though he is not in the wrong, we are led here Shame on ANC women that cheered their stupid Boy Mamabolo doing what he did in parliament. Again, ANC women showed they don't care about the plight of other women out there. Nheeeeeeeeeeeee. .......bengith ngiyaphupha

Ramaphosa apologises to Malema family for abuse allegationsI am sure Ramaphosa's middle name is Apology! PresidencyZA CyrilRamaphosa is a responsible citizen, grandfather, father, husband, uncle n brother. A man. Cc KhuselaS pulemabe Magashule_Ace tito_mboweni GwedeMantashe1 MbalulaFikile FloydShivambu MbuyiseniNdlozi Powerfm987 Radio702 KarimaBrown Julius_S_Malema But did he dispute the allegations against him?

'I'm sorry,' says Ramaphosa to Malema after wife-abuse claim in parliamentPresident Cyril Ramaphosa has apologised to EFF leader Julius Malema for allegations made by ANC MP Boy Mamabolo that he was abusing his wife, Mantwa Don't try to be Smart president focus on the really matters rather than GDV Hei Shivambu the president can say what he wants That's called big balls. Thank you for being humble.

'I'm sorry,' says Ramaphosa to Malema after wife-abuse claim in parliamentPresident Cyril Ramaphosa has apologised to EFF leader Julius Malema for allegations made by ANC MP Boy Mamabolo that he was abusing his wife, Mantoa. I am sorry, and I quit.... that's the only apology South Africans expect from Ramaphosa He was a born Apologetic as always No you did not Mr President CyrilRamaphosa. Fake news

'I'm sorry,' says Ramaphosa to Malema after wife-abuse claim in parliamentPresident Cyril Ramaphosa has apologised to EFF leader Julius Malema for allegations made by ANC MP Boy Mamabolo that he was abusing his wife, Mantwa Lo president ukhuluma I nonsense We're going no where with Ramaphosa presidency its just useless good for apologies

‘My heart goes out to Mantoa’, Ramaphosa apologises to Malema over abuse allegations | IOL NewsPresident Cyril Ramaphosa extended an olive branch to EFF leader Julius Malema and apologised to him for abuse allegations ... Is this how a HOS responds on an accusation of GBV. Why not say if the member has evidence he must produce it

Ramaphosa apologises to Mantoa Malema over violence allegationsPresident Cyril Ramaphosa has proffered an apology to Mantoa Malema following ANC MP Boy Mamabolo’s allegation that her husband physically abuses her. SONAreply Beautiful couple. 😍😍 We know Ramaphosa Ke Maloma a Fodisha, even with Marikana Mine Workers and there after been under pressure he tendered a staggering apology like he is doing now



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