President’s balancing act: PRESIDENT Cyril Ramaphosa’s Cabinet reshuffle is a careful balance between inspiring public confidence and managing the ANC’s internal unity accord, following its December elective conference, analysts said yesterday. The composition of Ramaphosa’s national executive has seen several changes – with several supporters of former ANC president Jacob Zuma getting the chop, others being retained and,
Sweeping Cabinet reshuffle meets with mixed reaction: MIXED reactions continued to swell throughout the wake of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Cabinet reshuffle. With just over a week in office, Ramaphosa wasted no time in concretising his ascendancy to the Union Buildings by making several sweeping Cabinet changes that have elicited a flurry of comments from political parties, business groups and labour bodies. Changes
The well-travelled road of David Mabuza: SOUTH Africa has a new Deputy President, the ANC deputy president and former Mpumalanga premier, David Dabede Mabuza. President Cyril Ramaphosa announced his appointment to the Cabinet in a late night reshuffle on Monday. Mabuza, who is also endearingly referred to by his supporters as “DD”, was born in Brondal, Mathafeni on August 25, 1960.
‘Deal with Nasrec outcomes’: THE national executive member Collen Maine told ANC members in the province to get over the Nasrec elective conference outcomes. Maine was addressing the one day Lekgotla in Kimberley, where he called for an end in factions. He said the country should at all times come first because the mood was positive after the election
Orlando Pirates Abbubaker Mobara back to full fitness: Orlando Pirates midfielder Abbubaker Mobara has returned to full fitness after he was declared fit and injury-free by the medical. The 24-year-old has been out since the beginning of the year due to a groin strain. He returns to training in the week when the team is preparing for the crucial clash against rivals Kaizer
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