The Deputy President had a very good response.
The pro-Zuma camp is fighting back.
Ramaphosa is on the up, Zuma and his allies… not so much.
New police minister Fikile Mbalula has openly attacked deputy president — for now — Cyril Ramaphosa and ANC stalwart and former treasurer general Mathews Phosa.
In his first public interview since bing booted by Jacob Zuma, former finance minister Pravin Gordhan had a few words of wisdom to share with the besieged ANC.
In an interview with CNN, axed finance minister Pravin Gordhan threw his weight behind deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa, echoing his calls for a judicial commission of enquiry into state capture.
Well, that’s that then, isn’t it?
Earlier this month the Mail&Guardian reported that a handful of ANC members who were seen as critical of jacob Zuma had received death threats.
Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa over the weekend unofficially kicked off his campaign for ANC presidency in the Xhosa heartland, with a pretty strong message for some within the ruling party.
The deputy president had a strong message for those who would seek to dispossess South Africans of a government for and by the people.
Deputy — for now — president Cyril Ramaphosa has taken a stab at ‘leaders’ who ignore the concerns of the people they’re elected to lead.
Cyril is starting to talk big, is he about to take action?
A vibrant democracy on the brink of something truly extraordinary or too little too late?
This is turning out to be an extraordinary political day.
If it were a popularity contest Zuma would have lost.., oh wait, it is.
The Deputy President had some “strong” words on the economy…
The Vice President has a monstrous task on his hands…
The phrase, “The more things change, the more they stay the same,” describes the difficult situation President Jacob Zuma finds himself entangled in, as a social grant crisis unfolds, much to the panic of 17 million recipients as to whether they would get paid come 1 April.
A cabinet reshuffle could lead to a split in the ANC that would see key members quit and use their power as MPs to initiate a vote of no confidence in Jacob Zuma.
In an attempt to save the ANC’s 2019 election campaign, Jackson Mthembu has endorsed Cyril Ramaphosa as the next president of the ruling party.
Many think it’s far too low. Do we still have a long way to go?