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Ramaphosa speaks on the challenge with ousting Zuma

South Africa prepares for a bumpy 2018

By John Eche

 

 

Leader of South Africa’s ruling party, the ANC, and the nation’s current Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa, has stated that the country must delicately handle its Zuma challenge

 

He was speaking in a television interview on Johannesburg-based eNCA

 

“We need to deal with this matter with the level of maturity it requires, with the proper decorum, and I will say we should never do it in a way that is going to humiliate President Zuma. We should never do it in a manner that is also going to divide the nation.”

 

“Everyone has to be receptive to the decisions of the ANC because that is the political center,” Ramaphosa said in the interview. “You have got to accept the decisions and you also have to accept the direction that you are given by the ANC.”

 

 

“The country is yearning to put behind all these horrible things that have to do with corruption, state capture behind us. The sooner these are all done the better because we want to move on, we want to move on to a better life.”

 

 

 

 

“We want to renew our vows with our people, we want to reconnect with our people, we want to get our people excited again,” Ramaphosa said. “Many of our people are saying the ANC is back. They are rekindling their love, their affection with the ANC. We are nowhere near where we should be.”

 

 

Cyril Ramaphosa, ANC leader

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