Cyril Ramaphosa

First it was the Zuptas, now, SA gives you the Ramatsepes

First it was the Zuptas, now, SA gives you the Ramatsepes

First it was the Zuptas, now, SA gives you the Ramatsepes
Stop selling SA! 6 reactions to Ramaphosa's R12 billion deal with Saudi Arabia

Stop selling SA! 6 reactions to Ramaphosa's R12 billion deal with Saudi Arabia

Social media users reacted to the billion-dollar investment deal South African president Cyril Ramaphosa secured with Saudi Arabian companies Redstone and ACWA. So, Briefly gathered the six best reactions from tweeps.

Stop selling SA! 6 reactions to Ramaphosa's R12 billion deal with Saudi Arabia
Ramaphosa secures R12 billion wind and solar energy deal with Saudi Arabia

Ramaphosa secures R12 billion wind and solar energy deal with Saudi Arabia

President Cyril Ramaphosa has secured a R12 billion investment deal with a Saudi Arabian company. The deal forms part of a much larger investment agreement reached between Ramaphosa and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Ramaphosa secures R12 billion wind and solar energy deal with Saudi Arabia
Ramaphosa's 81 bodyguards are costing SA taxpayers a fortune

Ramaphosa's 81 bodyguards are costing SA taxpayers a fortune

The Presidential Protection Unit costs SA taxpayers more than R600 million in the last year. President Ramaphosa has 81 trained officers watching his every move every day. This kind of intense security does not come cheap.

Ramaphosa's 81 bodyguards are costing SA taxpayers a fortune
Does Cyril's family run the show? 5 tweeps think they do indeed

Does Cyril's family run the show? 5 tweeps think they do indeed

South Africans took to social media to share their views on the current head of state and his family. According to tweeps Cyril Ramaphosa and his family, which included Patrice Motsepe, is running the show in the country.

Does Cyril's family run the show? 5 tweeps think they do indeed
An outraged Cyril Ramaphosa clarifies photo of him kneeling before the Zulu King

An outraged Cyril Ramaphosa clarifies photo of him kneeling before the Zulu King

The Presidency has moved swiftly to clarify a photo which is currently being circulated on social media. The photo appears to show President Cyril Ramaphosa kneeling before the Zulu King, Goodwill Zwelithini over the weekend.

An outraged Cyril Ramaphosa clarifies photo of him kneeling before the Zulu King
NW Premier: Ramaphosa is the right man for the job to lead SA

NW Premier: Ramaphosa is the right man for the job to lead SA

According to Professor Job Mokgoro, the North West Premier, president Ramaphosa is just what South Africa needs. He says Ramaphosa is leading the country in the right direction and just needs a chance to prove himself.

NW Premier: Ramaphosa is the right man for the job to lead SA
Ramaphosa charged R1.5 million for SAA flight from Joburg to Cape Town

Ramaphosa charged R1.5 million for SAA flight from Joburg to Cape Town

The South African Air Force had to pay R1.5 million for a flight from Johannesburg to Cape Town for President Cyril Ramaphosa and a group of 30 VIPs on 21 June. The air force has to lease private planes from SAA.

Ramaphosa charged R1.5 million for SAA flight from Joburg to Cape Town
President Ramaphosa tells King Goodwill Zwelithini that his kingdom is safe

President Ramaphosa tells King Goodwill Zwelithini that his kingdom is safe

Cyril Ramaphosa has eased tensions between the government and the Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini when he promised that the land that falls under the Ingonyama Trust would not be expropriated without compensation.

President Ramaphosa tells King Goodwill Zwelithini that his kingdom is safe
President Cyril Ramaphosa has moved to explain the recent fuel price hikes

President Cyril Ramaphosa has moved to explain the recent fuel price hikes

President Cyril Ramaphosa as moved to explain the recent dramatic fuel price hikes experienced by the country. The president explained that South Africa was in the unfortunate position of being a net importer of crude oil.

President Cyril Ramaphosa has moved to explain the recent fuel price hikes
Ramaphosa and Ghana president agree - Africa must not need free aid

Ramaphosa and Ghana president agree - Africa must not need free aid

Ghana President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo visited South Africa and President Ramaphosa this week. The two African presidents agreed that the only way for Africa to grow is for it to become independent of foreign aid.

Ramaphosa and Ghana president agree - Africa must not need free aid
ANC fuels tweeps' anger: Black Twitter blames Ramaphosa for high petrol prices

ANC fuels tweeps' anger: Black Twitter blames Ramaphosa for high petrol prices

"Unless this satire, it is the ultimate form of political schizophrenia. A governing party with a 62% majority calling on itself to manage the crisis it has created", Steenhuisen wrote about the ANC's call for lower fuel prices.

ANC fuels tweeps' anger: Black Twitter blames Ramaphosa for high petrol prices
Too early? #RamaphosaMustFall trends online as tweeps call for Cyril's head

Too early? #RamaphosaMustFall trends online as tweeps call for Cyril's head

President Ramaphosa went from #NewDawn to #RamaphosaMustFall in only a matter of 140 days. Will the president survive the upcoming national elections in 2019? South Africans don't seem to think he will win the elections.

Too early? #RamaphosaMustFall trends online as tweeps call for Cyril's head
Day in history: Cyril Ramaphosa elected ANC Secretary General in 1991

Day in history: Cyril Ramaphosa elected ANC Secretary General in 1991

This day in history: Cyril Ramaphosa was elected Secretary General of the African National Congress on 4 July, 1991. It was the ANC's first national conference since its unbanning in February 1990. Read more on Briefly.co.za.

Day in history: Cyril Ramaphosa elected ANC Secretary General in 1991
Moyane to Ramaphosa: Stop SARS inquiries or face legal action

Moyane to Ramaphosa: Stop SARS inquiries or face legal action

Suspended SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane demands that President Ramaphosa put an end to the SARS inquiries and the disciplinary inquiry against him. If the president has not done so by Friday afternoon, Moyane will go to court.

Moyane to Ramaphosa: Stop SARS inquiries or face legal action
South Africa joins 50 African countries in free trade agreement

South Africa joins 50 African countries in free trade agreement

South Africa has joined a group of nearly 50 African countries in the African Union’s (AU) African Continental Free Trade Area. Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies confirmed that South Africa had signed the document.

South Africa joins 50 African countries in free trade agreement
Survey shows Ramaphoria is decreasing in South Africa

Survey shows Ramaphoria is decreasing in South Africa

Only 67% of the chief financial officers in South Africa feel optimistic about the economy. When compared to the 89% of the first quarter of the year, it's clear there's a definite decline. SA is eager for the president to act.

Survey shows Ramaphoria is decreasing in South Africa
President Cyril Ramaphosa hopes to lure investors at the WEF Roundtable

President Cyril Ramaphosa hopes to lure investors at the WEF Roundtable

President Ramaphosa aims to attract more than $100 billion in investments and resources over the next five years. The WEF Roundtable takes place in Johannesburg and is part of President Ramaphosa's plans of luring investors.

President Cyril Ramaphosa hopes to lure investors at the WEF Roundtable
Mercedes-Benz R10 billion plant investment praised by President Cyril Ramaphosa

Mercedes-Benz R10 billion plant investment praised by President Cyril Ramaphosa

German luxury-car manufacturer and preferred transport mode of South African politicians Mercedes-Benz has announced that it would invest R10 billion in its East London manufacturing plant. The investment will expand the plant.

Mercedes-Benz R10 billion plant investment praised by President Cyril Ramaphosa
ANC appoints convicted fraudster Tony Yengeni to chair crime and corruption group

ANC appoints convicted fraudster Tony Yengeni to chair crime and corruption group

The African National Congress (ANC) has appointed convicted fraudster Tony Yengeni as the chairperson of its crime and corruption working group at the party’s election manifesto workshop which is taking place in Pretoria.

ANC appoints convicted fraudster Tony Yengeni to chair crime and corruption group
ANC promises to intensify the fight against corruption in South Africa

ANC promises to intensify the fight against corruption in South Africa

The ANC is shocked by the scale of corruption in South Africa, but the ruling party promises to keep on fighting against corrupt officials and public servants. President Ramaphosa feels hopeful that corruption can be defeated.

ANC promises to intensify the fight against corruption in South Africa
DA asks president Ramaphosa to rethink paying Zuma's legal fees

DA asks president Ramaphosa to rethink paying Zuma's legal fees

The DA has written to the president in an attempt to get him to reconsider his decision to have the state paying Zuma's legal expenses. The DA feels that this decision is an abuse of tax money and the president should not allow it

DA asks president Ramaphosa to rethink paying Zuma's legal fees
ANC stalwart warns Ramaphosa about dangers of land expropriation without compensation

ANC stalwart warns Ramaphosa about dangers of land expropriation without compensation

ANC anti-apartheid stalwart Andrew Mlangeni has warned President Cyril Ramaphosa to handle land reform carefully in order to avoid a disaster. He warned that Afrikaners would not give up their land without a fight.

ANC stalwart warns Ramaphosa about dangers of land expropriation without compensation
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