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Stung by the victory of arch-enemy President Cyril Ramaphosa at the ANC presidential elections in mid-December, some leaders of the ANC faction loyal to ex-president Jacob Zuma have announced that they are quitting the ruling ANC party to form a new far-left, party called the Radical Economic Transformation Movement (RETMO).
“Yes – I want to get rid of (president) Ramaphosa,” Carl Niehaus, the founder and chair of RETMO, boasted in a Twitter Spaces public audience that The Africa Report attended on 4 January.
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