Ramaphosa's refusal to use his power is being used by his enemies to diminish it
President Cyril Ramaphosa hasn't had much of a honeymoon. A little more than a year into office and with a party largely trying to undermine his efforts, he's up against the toughest challenge of his life.
SA has never been in a more dire situation, not since the sanctions years. The currency is in freefall, the economy is perilously dangling over a cliff and for the first time we are talking openly - and even longingly - about the possibility of an IMF rescue package. The villain of the piece, Jacob Zuma, like a lowing hyena relishing the sight of a carcass, is meanwhile watching and enjoying the destruction he has wrought...