Cyril Ramaphosa

DA claims Ramaphosa's 1st year favoured the corrupt, not poor and jobless

DA claims Ramaphosa's 1st year favoured the corrupt, not poor and jobless

DA claims Ramaphosa's 1st year favoured the corrupt, not poor and jobless
Video of President Ramaphosa calling Ace Magashule his boss surfaces

Video of President Ramaphosa calling Ace Magashule his boss surfaces

Not too long ago, there were rumours of a plot to oust President Ramaphosa. Ace Magashule was reported to be involved in the plot, however, the president harbours no hard feelings. In fact, he called Ace "his boss" recently.

Video of President Ramaphosa calling Ace Magashule his boss surfaces
President Ramaphosa announces Shamila Batohi as new head of NPA

President Ramaphosa announces Shamila Batohi as new head of NPA

President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced Advocate Shamila Batohi as the new head of the National Prosecuting Authority, in what is said to be the most important appointment of his presidency. Shamila had far outshone other options.

President Ramaphosa announces Shamila Batohi as new head of NPA
Expert points finger at Eskom and ANC for mismanagement of the country's power

Expert points finger at Eskom and ANC for mismanagement of the country's power

Ted Blom, a senior energy mining and commodities strategist and tactician, has blamed Eskom and the ANC for loadshedding. Amidst allegations of wasteful and reckless expenditure at Eskom, the country is experiencing loadshedding.

Expert points finger at Eskom and ANC for mismanagement of the country's power
The President's 4 Commissions of Inquiry to combat state capture

The President's 4 Commissions of Inquiry to combat state capture

The President, Cyril Ramaphosa ,has had a busy 9 months in office. Ramaphosa has set up a total of four commissions of inquiry all aimed at combating the abuse and capture of the state’s resources in the country.

The President's 4 Commissions of Inquiry to combat state capture
Ramaphosa may hold the advantage in countdown to South African elections

Ramaphosa may hold the advantage in countdown to South African elections

With the 2019 elections coming up Cyril Ramaphosa just might have the advantage needed for the ANC to retain power. With his opposition facing infighting and scandals, the President might just stand a chance at securing a win.

Ramaphosa may hold the advantage in countdown to South African elections
Ramaphosa’s campaign law firm says there’s no link to Guptas or Trillian

Ramaphosa’s campaign law firm says there’s no link to Guptas or Trillian

According to President Ramaphosa's campaign law firm, there is absolutely no link to the Gupta family or the Gupta-linked Trillian Capital Partners. This comes after the DA said in a statement that there's a link.

Ramaphosa’s campaign law firm says there’s no link to Guptas or Trillian
Possible link between Ramaphosa's Bosasa payment and the Guptas? DA thinks so

Possible link between Ramaphosa's Bosasa payment and the Guptas? DA thinks so

The DA has released a statement today saying that there is a link between the donation received by President Cyril Ramaphosa's for his election campaign from Bosasa and the Gupta's. Guptas, Ramaphosa, state capture, Zuma, Maimane

Possible link between Ramaphosa's Bosasa payment and the Guptas? DA thinks so
Opinion: Ramaphosa cut from same cloth as Zuma for not axing Dlamini

Opinion: Ramaphosa cut from same cloth as Zuma for not axing Dlamini

President Ramaphosa's controversial decision to keep Minister Bathabile Dlamini has upset many South Africans. It was expected Ramaphosa would remove Dlamini during his Cabinet reshuffle, but that didn't happen.

Opinion: Ramaphosa cut from same cloth as Zuma for not axing Dlamini
Explainer: National Minimum wage becomes law, but what now?

Explainer: National Minimum wage becomes law, but what now?

The National Minimum Wage Bill was signed by President Ramaphosa not too long ago and will take effect on a date he is yet to announce. The minimum wage is now R20 an hour - about R3 500, depending on hours worked.

Explainer: National Minimum wage becomes law, but what now?
Ramaphosa has said that the government is determined to end corruption

Ramaphosa has said that the government is determined to end corruption

President Cyril Ramaphosa has revealed that the government is now more than ever determined to put an end to corruption. The president has said that platforms such as the State Capture Inquiry should be supported in their fight.

Ramaphosa has said that the government is determined to end corruption
Dlamini reveals she "will tell her story when the right time comes"

Dlamini reveals she "will tell her story when the right time comes"

Minister for Women Bathabile Dlamini is determined to keep quiet regarding the Concourt ruling against her. The Minister has declined to answer questioning on this matter at a recent media briefing, stating she will tell her story

Dlamini reveals she "will tell her story when the right time comes"
Ramaphosa says SA must protect Gordhan and those who root out corruption

Ramaphosa says SA must protect Gordhan and those who root out corruption

SA's president has called on the country to support Pravin Gordhan and others who stand up against corruption. The president says South Africa should protect Gordhan and anyone else who bravely stood up against corruption.

Ramaphosa says SA must protect Gordhan and those who root out corruption
EFF moves to have President impeached after new law comes into effect

EFF moves to have President impeached after new law comes into effect

The EFF is moving to have President Cyril Ramaphosa impeached. This comes after the unanimous approval of a new law allowing for a president to be fired under those terms. The EFF is eager to put the new law to the test.

EFF moves to have President impeached after new law comes into effect
Cyril Ramaphosa signed National Minimum Wage Bill that'll benefit millions

Cyril Ramaphosa signed National Minimum Wage Bill that'll benefit millions

President Ramaphosa signed the National Minimum Wage Bill, and it will hopefully benefit the roughly 6 million workers who earn minimum wage. The rate per hour is now officially R20, and will take effect 1 January 2019.

Cyril Ramaphosa signed National Minimum Wage Bill that'll benefit millions
President announces shocking decision to appeal removal of Dlamini

President announces shocking decision to appeal removal of Dlamini

President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that he would be appealing the DA’s application to remove Minister Bathabile Dlamini from Cabinet. The nation was shocked yesterday when the disgraced minister retained her position.

President announces shocking decision to appeal removal of Dlamini
Newly appointed Nomvula Mokonyane has a history of failure as minister

Newly appointed Nomvula Mokonyane has a history of failure as minister

President Ramaphosa's choice of Minister for Environmental Affairs didn't go down so well with South Africans. His choice, Nomvula Mokonyane, has a history of failing as a minister and people don't have faith in her abilities.

Newly appointed Nomvula Mokonyane has a history of failure as minister
Ramaphosa was almost 1h late for event and twitter is fuming

Ramaphosa was almost 1h late for event and twitter is fuming

Twitter is on fire after President Cyril Ramaphosa left the country waiting for an hour. Due to begin his media conference on the Cabinet reshuffle at 3pm, the president gave people more than enough time to get riled up.

Ramaphosa was almost 1h late for event and twitter is fuming
Ramaphosa cabinet reshuffle: SA welcomes the new ministers

Ramaphosa cabinet reshuffle: SA welcomes the new ministers

President Ramaphosa announced that he will reshuffle his Cabinet and South Africans were quite anxious to know what changes the president had in mind. Siyabonga Cwele, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, and Nomvula Mokonyane were shuffled.

Ramaphosa cabinet reshuffle: SA welcomes the new ministers
President to reshuffle his cabinet today after consulting with COSATU

President to reshuffle his cabinet today after consulting with COSATU

President Cyril Ramaphosa had consulted with COSATU ahead of today's Cabinet reshuffle. The announcement is expected to be made at the Union Buildings at around 3pm. This is following the loss of two ministers.

President to reshuffle his cabinet today after consulting with COSATU
Europe calls for relaxation of BEE laws for new and current investors

Europe calls for relaxation of BEE laws for new and current investors

Europe is eager to trade with South Africa, but has requested some concessions to be made before investing in the country, including relaxation of BEE rules. President Cyril Ramaphosa’s was in Brussels for the summit.

Europe calls for relaxation of BEE laws for new and current investors
Ramaphosa under pressure as payment scandal threatens popular standing

Ramaphosa under pressure as payment scandal threatens popular standing

President Cyril Ramaphosa's admission that he provided incorrect information to Parliament regarding a large payment to his election campaign to become ANC leader has put the sure-footed veteran politician on the back foot.

Ramaphosa under pressure as payment scandal threatens popular standing
President Ramaphosa thanks everyone who wished him a happy birthday

President Ramaphosa thanks everyone who wished him a happy birthday

President Ramaphosa turned 66 on the 17th of November and South Africans wished him the best day, despite him being in Ethiopia at the time. The president thanked everyone for wishing him a happy birthday with a short video.

President Ramaphosa thanks everyone who wished him a happy birthday
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