Ramaphosa’s wasted years make for few Tintswalos
The era after Jacob Zuma’s removal is one of great underperformance, according to most indicators
Cyril Ramaphosa had an exciting entry into the South African government. The air was pregnant with expectation as the gloss of a billionaire shone on him. “I am a three-minute man,” I’m told he said, as he prepared to speak at his first cabinet meeting. The ANC made him its deputy president in 2012, expecting him to be a powerful No 2 to Jacob Zuma...
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