Cyril Ramaphosa has money and must bail out his farm, caller tells Eusebius
_Sowetan _is reporting that President Cyril Ramaphosa has had to retrench over 20 workers in one of his farms in Badplass, Mpumalanga due to foot-and-mouth disease and bad trading conditions.
At least 22 out of 46 full-time employees at the farm were about to lose their jobs.
702 caller Teenage says the president must bail out the farm because he is wealthy.
Cyril Ramaphosa has billions in his private banks but he cannot even save his company to sustain his employees. When it comes to taxpayers money they spend it as they want. I want him to bail out his own company, he has money.Teenage, Caller
The decision with the SAAs of the country seems easier for President Ramaphosa to throw money at something that has failed a long time ago.Wayne, Caller
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