It comes as no surprise that the ANC’s Minister of Police, Bheki Cele, has yet to execute the Constitutional Court’s order to have corruption accused, former President, Jacob Zuma, arrested for contempt of court. One expects little else from the ANC – a criminal enterprise masquerading as a political party and government.
Worst still, amid a constitutional crisis faced by the country, President Cyril Ramaphosa has remained deadly silent, as his ANC comrade, works furiously to undermine the rule of law.
As the President of South Africa, it is Ramaphosa’s duty to ensure that our constitutional order is upheld. The President, and his Minister, have dismally failed to faithfully execute the oaths they took to protect the Constitution.
In an alarming and unprecedented move, it now appears that the decision on whether to arrest Zuma is to be made by the Minister and the South African Police Service (SAPS) right at the eleventh hour. This only serves to frustrate the rule of law and shows a dismal display of leadership. The Constitutional Court was unambiguous in its order. It is the duty of the Minister and SAPS to implement that order.
Contrary to Ramaphosa’s spin machine, there is no such thing as a good and a bad ANC – it is now evident for all South Africans to see that criminality and corruption have rotten the entire institution to its core.
Ramaphosa and Cele’s joint refusal to decisively act against Zuma’s constitutional delinquency only serves to undermine the rule of law in our country. In the end, it will be honest and law-abiding South African who will suffer.
The only way to bring an end to the ANC’s criminality is to vote them out in the upcoming Local Government Elections, and again, in the National Government Elections of 2024.
It is time to show the ANC that we are all gatvol with their corruption.