Cyril Ramaphosa

Ramaphosa announces the ANC would be giving away title deeds to land every Friday

Ramaphosa announces the ANC would be giving away title deeds to land every Friday

Ramaphosa hands out title deeds in a bid to stop land grabs
Ramaphosa loses his cool in Parliament, tells DA's Steenhuisen to 'shut up'

Ramaphosa loses his cool in Parliament, tells DA's Steenhuisen to 'shut up'

President Cyril Ramaphosa, who is usually cool headed in Parliament, snapped at the Democratic Alliance's Chief Whip Steenhuisen. The head of state was filmed cutting himself off to tell Steenhuisen to shut up.

Ramaphosa loses his cool in Parliament, tells DA's Steenhuisen to 'shut up'
Live at 2pm: President Ramaphosa to answer questions in the National Assembly

Live at 2pm: President Ramaphosa to answer questions in the National Assembly

President Cyril Ramaphosa is due to appear in the National Assembly from 14:00 today to update MPs and citizens on a variety of issues of importance to the country. Ramaphosa will also answer questions posed to him by MPs.

Live at 2pm: President Ramaphosa to answer questions in the National Assembly
SA confidence survey: Saffas give Ramaphosa the thumbs up

SA confidence survey: Saffas give Ramaphosa the thumbs up

Confidence in Cyril Ramaphosa is climbing in South Africa, an indication that citizens are seeing light at the end of a long and dark tunnel. A recent survey indicated a massive climb in support of our new President

SA confidence survey: Saffas give Ramaphosa the thumbs up
Supra ignores Ramaphosa’s resignation request and remains as NW premier

Supra ignores Ramaphosa’s resignation request and remains as NW premier

The embattled premier of the North West province Supra Mahumapelo is desperately clinging to power more than four days after President Cyril Ramaphosa asked him to resign or face the humiliating prospect of being recalled.

Supra ignores Ramaphosa’s resignation request and remains as NW premier
Ramaphosa confers Order of Luthuli in Silver on struggle stalwart Swaminathan Gounden

Ramaphosa confers Order of Luthuli in Silver on struggle stalwart Swaminathan Gounden

President Cyril Ramaphosa conferred the Order of Luthuli in Silver, one of the highest honours in South Africa, on Swamithan Gounden for his immense contribution to the anti-apartheid struggle. Find out more on Briefly.

Ramaphosa confers Order of Luthuli in Silver on struggle stalwart Swaminathan Gounden
Ramaphosa issues ultimatum to Supra: Step down or be fired

Ramaphosa issues ultimatum to Supra: Step down or be fired

President Ramaphosa met with North West Premier Supra Mahumapelo on Thursday afternoon to ask Mahumapelo to step down voluntarily or face the embarrassment of being recalled by the ANC, this after the party resolved to recall him.

Ramaphosa issues ultimatum to Supra: Step down or be fired
Ramaphosa warns workers to exercise discipline and humanity during protests

Ramaphosa warns workers to exercise discipline and humanity during protests

President Cyril Ramaphosa has warned workers not to violate human rights or to destroy public property during protest or strike action. Ramaphosa urged workers to exercise discipline and respect human rights at all times.

Ramaphosa warns workers to exercise discipline and humanity during protests
Amcu slams minimum wage as slave’s salary while Ramaphosa calls it a victory

Amcu slams minimum wage as slave’s salary while Ramaphosa calls it a victory

President Cyril Ramaphosa has labelled the minimum wage as a victory and defended it, but he admitted it was not a living wage.The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union has slammed the wage as a slave's salary.

Amcu slams minimum wage as slave’s salary while Ramaphosa calls it a victory
Numsa boss Irvin Jim calls President Cyril Ramaphosa SA’s Donald Trump

Numsa boss Irvin Jim calls President Cyril Ramaphosa SA’s Donald Trump

National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa secretary general Irvin Jim has accused President Cyril Ramaphosa of selling out black people in South Africa to white monopoly capital and labelled him as SA's Donald Trump.

Numsa boss Irvin Jim calls President Cyril Ramaphosa SA’s Donald Trump
5 Big changes to the labour landscape since Worker’s Day 2017

5 Big changes to the labour landscape since Worker’s Day 2017

Millions of people in South Africa and across the globe will celebrate Worker’s Day on 1 May. All of the major trade unions and federations in South Africa have celebrations planned to mark the international day.

5 Big changes to the labour landscape since Worker’s Day 2017
Watch President Ramaphosa nearly touch Elena Meyer on the studio

Watch President Ramaphosa nearly touch Elena Meyer on the studio

President Ramaphosa handed over the 2018 National Order awards to deserving South Africans on Saturday evening. While he handed over athletics legend Elena Myer’s award Ramaphosa suffered a very near slip of the hand.

Watch President Ramaphosa nearly touch Elena Meyer on the studio
Small school, big heart: KZN school in epic dance for Freedom Day

Small school, big heart: KZN school in epic dance for Freedom Day

St John’s Diocesan School for Girls, located in Pietermaritzburg in KwaZulu-Natal, got learners and teachers alike to put on their dancing shoes to celebrate Freedom Day. It posted a video of learners and teachers dancing.

Small school, big heart: KZN school in epic dance for Freedom Day
Land, wages and education: Ramaphosa speaks of his government's plan during Freedom Day speech

Land, wages and education: Ramaphosa speaks of his government's plan during Freedom Day speech

Cyril Ramaphosa has again spoken about his government's focus on land redistribution during Free State Freedom Day speech. He also highlighted the need for a proper living wage and empowering the youth through education.

Land, wages and education: Ramaphosa speaks of his government's plan during Freedom Day speech
Then and now: South Africans pick up the tab for a doubling of cabinet ministers between 1994 and 2018

Then and now: South Africans pick up the tab for a doubling of cabinet ministers between 1994 and 2018

In 1994 Nelson Mandela's government had 17 ministers. Today South Africa has a cabinet of 35 members and 37 deputy ministers bringing the total size of the executive up to 72 members. This costs the taxpayer about R720 million.

Then and now: South Africans pick up the tab for a doubling of cabinet ministers between 1994 and 2018
Zuma refuses to accept the NPA's decision

Zuma refuses to accept the NPA's decision

Former President Jacob Zuma's lawyers are expected to have the NPA's decision to prosecute Zuma overturned. They allegedly plan to use prosecutorial manipulation and misconduct as grounds for having the case struck off the roll.

Zuma refuses to accept the NPA's decision
DA sends Cyril Ramaphosa an action plan to revive embattled rail sector

DA sends Cyril Ramaphosa an action plan to revive embattled rail sector

The DA has sent Cyril Ramaphosa a four-point action plan to implement in order to revive the rail sector in South Africa. There have been a string of derailments caused by suspected vandalism and incompetence recently.

DA sends Cyril Ramaphosa an action plan to revive embattled rail sector
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