Ramaphosa takes the Reins

Cyril Ramaphosa has been a busy man as he readies himself to become president of South Africa. He continues to show people he means business, and is looking to start things on time even. The net is tightening on the State Capture crew as action may start to really happen for the good. What's happening with Patricia de Lille and the DA as a whole, then the eternal question of when Jacob Zuma will no longer be president of South Africa.
18 Jan 2018 English South Africa Politics · News

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