This all happened on Tuesday, 22 June, when President Cyril Ramaphosa visited the Cape Town Port to announce that the National Ports Authority would operate as an independent subsidiary of Transnet, along with other measures to be implemented in a bid to improve performance at the country’s ports.
A media briefing followed the walkabout at the port, where the President, made his big announcement. Before he began the speech, however, Ramaphosa seemed very concerned about his “missing” iPad.
— Kaya 959 (@KayaON959) June 23, 2021
Thomas and Skhumba in the Morning asked the Kaya 959 listeners what they thought was on the iPad.
Leaked from Ramaphosa’s IPad 😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/9N2iTHWyHz
— K U L A N I (@kulanicool) June 22, 2021
Yazi this country thinks we wer all born yesterday,how could a well protected president lose an iPad honestly 🤷♂️it was staged,wait until you here something dodgy 😂and they will say blah blah blah #ThomasAndSkhumba @KayaON959
— Jbcollisons (@JCollisons) June 23, 2021
Another listener thinks he has videos of Zodwa Wabantu.
One listener says the President has videos of himself in a party that he doesn’t want us to see.
One listener said we should be very scared, seeing that someone stole his laptop, we will all pay for it in the next family meeting.