A series of leaked emails from the personal account of the Deputy President of South Africa ‘Cyril Ramaphosa’ has recently surfaced exposing Cyril’s multiple affairs with at least 8 different women.
Steven Motale, the editor of Sunday Independent, who is currently in possession of these leaked emails, has released a major Sunday Independent front page expose titled ‘Ramaphosa, The Player’ today revealing independent email conversations of Cyril with 3 of his women. According to reports, Cyril holds 3 alternative email accounts under fake names, which he uses to communicate with his women. The emails go by the names of Mambo Dimbanyika, Singo Mabirimisa and Mambo Vele La Mbeu.
The communications within the emails state that one of the women with whom Cyril has had a relationship for around 10 years had miscarried his baby. Cyril calls her by the name ‘Mukhethwa’ (The Chosen One). Throughout the conversation between these two, the woman seems to be broken-hearted and really depressed about the damn care attitude of Ramaphosa towards her. There are several situations in the communication where she has begged for Ramaphosa’s sympathy such as asking him whether losing her baby was a sad moment or a relief for him, why he had bought her a ring etc. Further in their conversations, Ramaphosa had transferred considerable amounts of money to her for buying television set, couch and tool storage house.
Contrary to the communications of the emails, the woman when approached with questions pertaining to this by the Sunday Independent, confirmed her miscarriage, but denied that Ramaphosa was the father. Though she affirmed her romantic relationship with Ramaphosa, she currently claims to have a strict professional relationship with Ramaphosa.
In the email conversations with another woman, a 29-year-old marketing student, evidences show that she has been sending erotic pictures and very intimate videos dedicated to Ramaphosa. Further revelations are also made as to how she and Ramaphosa met in 2012 when she was pregnant with another man’s child. There are specific conversations held in July, 2014, in which the woman asked Ramaphosa for financial assistance followed by thousands of rands being received by her. The emails between the pair also show about the plans of the woman willing to have a baby with Ramaphosa.
The woman, upon approached with questions by the Sunday Independent, denied any relationship with Ramaphosa, but confirmed dating a married man. She said “Impossible all your speculations are not true. I don’t have a romantic relationship with him. I repeat, please, I don’t know how you can try discriminate (sic) a man who has never heard of me.”
Further into the email conversations, Ramaphosa has had a romantic affair with another woman who is also a medical practitioner. Upon approached with questions by the Sunday Independent, she is yet to respond.
With such a massive expose on Ramaphosa’s womanizing conduct, his current wife, Tshepo Motsepe, who is also a medical doctor has not given any public statement as of now.
The supporting white media, who is very prominent and aggressive on its approach of spreading propaganda news, has suddenly imbibed a defensive mode in favor of Ramaphosa by presenting this womanizing activity as legal (Polygamy being legal), thus raising many questions from the nation’s native community.
In a desperate attempt to gag The Sunday Independent, Ramaphosa on Saturday night approached the high court in Joburg on an extremely urgent basis to prevent the newspaper from publishing this article with an argument that the publication of the article and future publications about it would harm his privacy and reputation. But The Sunday Independent argued back that the information was not private and was in the public interest.
Judge Bashir Vally handed down his decision just before the printers began rolling at 9.15 on Saturday night. He dismissed Ramaphosa’s application on the basis that his case failed at the first hurdle it encountered – he had not explained why his case was urgent in the circumstances.
Ramaphosa was ordered to pay the costs, including the costs of two counsel.
The Sunday Independent has verified that further email conversations with the rest of the Ramaphosa’s women would be published in future editions.
(Courtesy : The Sunday Independent)