Whatever Ramaphosa claims, the people will reach their own verdict

On Thursday Ramaphosa took to the podium armed with a catalogue of what he sees as his government’s successes in delivering on his promises

11 February 2024 - 00:01

President Cyril Ramaphosa used the state of the nation address (Sona) on Thursday to defend his track record over the past six years — which is no surprise, given that his party is facing elections that could see it lose power after three decades of rule. ..

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