Cyril Ramaphosa

Ramaphosa’s stimulus package unlikely to increase economic growth according to Fitch

Fitch: Ramaphosa’s stimulus plan unlikely to boost South African economic growth

Fitch: Ramaphosa’s stimulus plan unlikely to boost South African economic growth
Durban man who called Ramaphosa the k-word arrested

Durban man who called Ramaphosa the k-word arrested

The ex-convict turned businessman Kessie Nair was arrested after he went on a rant on social media against President Cyril Ramaphosa, whom he called the k-word. Nair is facing a crimen injuria following the racial slurs.

Durban man who called Ramaphosa the k-word arrested
Durban businessman goes on unacceptable rant, calls president the k-word

Durban businessman goes on unacceptable rant, calls president the k-word

Ex-convict turned businessman Kessie Nair shared a video on social media where he vehemently called President Cyril Ramaphosa the k-word. Nair received a lot of backlash after the video went viral on social media.

Durban businessman goes on unacceptable rant, calls president the k-word
SA’s first lady jets off to US for official state visit

South Africa’s first lady Dr Tshepo Motsepe embarks on state visit to America

South Africa’s first lady Dr Tshepo Motsepe is embarking on an officially sanctioned state visit to the United State of America. Motsepe will speak at Harvard University which is her alma mater before going to the UN.

South Africa’s first lady Dr Tshepo Motsepe embarks on state visit to America
Tax payers cough up R7.6m annually for minister’s spouses to travel overseas

Tax payers cough up R7.6m annually for minister’s spouses to travel overseas

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s 35 cabinet ministers are spending R7.6 million per for their wives, husbands, children and sometimes extended family members to accompany them on (often times lavish) overseas trips.

Tax payers cough up R7.6m annually for minister’s spouses to travel overseas
Analyst says Ace Magashule is obviously plotting to overthrow president Ramaphosa

Analyst says Ace Magashule is obviously plotting to overthrow president Ramaphosa

The fact that participants of the secret Zuma meetings in Durban initially felt the need to deny that the meeting even took place points to something sinister going on. That is the view of political analyst Mcebisi Ndletyana.

Analyst says Ace Magashule is obviously plotting to overthrow president Ramaphosa
Ramaphosa takes a swipe at ANC members who are plotting to oust him

Ramaphosa takes a swipe at ANC members who are plotting to oust him

While speaking at the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu)'s national congress in Midrand on Monday afternoon, President Cyril Ramaphosa responded to reports that there's a plot to remove him as head of state.

Ramaphosa takes a swipe at ANC members who are plotting to oust him
DA raises concerns over China’s R370bl ‘gift’ to President Cyril Ramaphosa

DA raises concerns over China’s R370bl ‘gift’ to President Cyril Ramaphosa

The DA has once again raised its concerns about the growing relationship between President Cyril Ramaphosa’s administration and the Chinese government. The DA said it would ask Ramaphosa about the so-called R370 billion gift.

DA raises concerns over China’s R370bl ‘gift’ to President Cyril Ramaphosa
Meet Fred Eboka, who went from being cab driver to top designer

Meet Fred Eboka, who went from being cab driver to top designer

Fred Eboka is the founder of Sandton-based elite fashion design brand House of Eboka. He went from being a cab driver in the US to designing outfits for the elite. His designs have been worn by Dr Tshepo Motsepe among others.

Meet Fred Eboka, who went from being cab driver to top designer
Magashule to explain himself to ANC top 6 leaders over secret Zuma meeting

Magashule to explain himself to ANC top 6 leaders over secret Zuma meeting

Ace Magashule is expected to have a tense meeting with the party’s top six leaders on Monday. Magashule has been summoned by the leadership to explain himself over attending what has become known as the secret Zuma meeting.

Magashule to explain himself to ANC top 6 leaders over secret Zuma meeting
Hawks zoomed in on mayor who called Ramaphosa a sellout

Hawks zoomed in on mayor who called Ramaphosa a sellout

Free State Mayor Lindiwe Makhalema made headlines when she called President Ramaphosa a sellout on social media and is in hot water again. This time the mayor came under investigation by the Hawks on allegations of corruption.

Hawks zoomed in on mayor who called Ramaphosa a sellout
Twitter throws shade at Cyril: 'He is the General Manager of China's South African operation'

Twitter throws shade at Cyril: 'He is the General Manager of China's South African operation'

Social media users held nothing back while giving their opinions on President Cyril Ramaphosa securing another loan from China. Ramaphosa recently landed another capital boost from China, which totals R370 billion.

Twitter throws shade at Cyril: 'He is the General Manager of China's South African operation'
Tweeps have no chill as AA announces huge petrol price hike 'NO! It can't be'

Tweeps have no chill as AA announces huge petrol price hike 'NO! It can't be'

South Africans need to brace themselves for another petrol price hike in October and they are not happy. While no one sure who to blame for this news, many people are inclined to blame President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Tweeps have no chill as AA announces huge petrol price hike 'NO! It can't be'
Cyril Ramaphosa explains how South Africa will repay controversial Chinese loan

Cyril Ramaphosa explains how South Africa will repay controversial Chinese loan

President Cyril Ramaphosa attempted for the first time to explain how Eskom intended to repay $2.5 billion (R37.5 billion) loans which were secured through the China Development Bank (CDB) which is owned by the Chinese government.

Cyril Ramaphosa explains how South Africa will repay controversial Chinese loan
SA land reform programme won’t lead to international sanctions, says Cyril Ramaphosa

SA land reform programme won’t lead to international sanctions, says Cyril Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa is positive that no foreign country will impose economic or political sanctions on South Africa because of the proposed land reform programme. Ramaphosa said more foreign leaders understood the policy.

SA land reform programme won’t lead to international sanctions, says Cyril Ramaphosa
How likely is a Zuma-led ANC rebellion to oust President Ramaphosa?

How likely is a Zuma-led ANC rebellion to oust President Ramaphosa?

Reports have been floating around claiming Jacob Zuma and his loyal ANC followers are planning to oust President Ramaphosa. How true are these rumours and what will happen if there is truth to it? There are many opinions on this.

How likely is a Zuma-led ANC rebellion to oust President Ramaphosa?
Come rain or sunshine, President Ramaphosa will walk with his people

Come rain or sunshine, President Ramaphosa will walk with his people

President Ramaphosa is really serious about his walk with the people- and nothing would stop him from his healthy time with the country, not even bad weather. The ANC shared a photo of him Twitter, where he walked in the rain.

Come rain or sunshine, President Ramaphosa will walk with his people
Cosatu would advise Ramaphosa to dissolve parliament if they want him out

Cosatu would advise Ramaphosa to dissolve parliament if they want him out

Cosatu feels that if the ANC really wants to oust President Ramaphosa there is a solution to his problem. Bheki Ntshalintshali said the president must just dissolve parliament if they truly plan to get rid of him.

Cosatu would advise Ramaphosa to dissolve parliament if they want him out
‘You are the best president:’ Durban girl steals Ramaphosa’s heart

‘You are the best president:’ Durban girl steals Ramaphosa’s heart

When ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa met community members in Chatsworth, Durban, it was a little girl named Karusha Govender who stole the limelight. She referred to Ramaphosa as "the best president." More on Briefly.

‘You are the best president:’ Durban girl steals Ramaphosa’s heart
Farmer sends president an open message: 'We want out!'

Farmer sends president an open message: 'We want out!'

President Cyril Ramaphosa received a message from a farmer on social media. The 'boer' took to Twitter to share an open message to the head of state. "You forced the decision on us to secede, you left us no choice. We want out!"

Farmer sends president an open message: 'We want out!'
6 Important facts about South Africa’s first technical recession since 2009

6 Important facts about South Africa’s first technical recession since 2009

South Africa has entered a technical recession for the first time since in nearly a decade. The news was officially confirmed by Statistics South Africa (StatsSA). The South African GDP contracted by 0.7% in the second quarter.

6 Important facts about South Africa’s first technical recession since 2009
Twitter drags Ramaphosa after he sold his cattle for R19.5 million

Twitter drags Ramaphosa after he sold his cattle for R19.5 million

Cyril Ramaphosa sold cattle to the value of $1.3 million (R19.5 million) from his Phala Phala Wildlife Farm at an auction over the weekend, and South Africans are not happy about it. So Briefly took a look at some reactions.

Twitter drags Ramaphosa after he sold his cattle for R19.5 million
4 reasons why Ramaphosa should worry about SA's first recession since 2009

4 reasons why Ramaphosa should worry about SA's first recession since 2009

South Africa has gone in its first recession since 2009 and things are not looking good at all. So, Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at four reasons why the current head of state can start to worry about the economy.

4 reasons why Ramaphosa should worry about SA's first recession since 2009
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