On December 4th, local time, South African Speaker Tandy Modise said that he had received an application for no confidence against South African President Ramaphosa from the opposition African Transformation Movement (ATM).
On December 4, the High Court of the Western Cape of South Africa decided to postpone the case of no confidence to February 2021 after a trial by the High Court of South Africa. It is held in the month.
The African Transformation Movement (ATM) is one of the smallest opposition parties in South Africa. The party holds two seats out of 400 parliament in South Africa.
The party was founded in 2008 with the support of the Council of Churches of the Christian Messiah (SACMCC).
Ramaphosa’s ANC currently holds 249 seats (63.15%) in the South Parliament, and the Democratic Alliance (DA), South Africa’s largest opposition party, said that the Democratic Alliance does not support the motion and believes that the purpose of submitting the motion by the African Transformation Movement is not pure.
Local media in South Africa also believe that Ramaphosa has been a clean political country since he became president. Therefore, the motion is basically unlikely to succeed.