Cyril Ramaphosa sworn in as president of South Africa | DW News

The ANC’s Cyril Ramaphosa has been inaugurated as president of South Africa, after being returned to office in elections earlier this month. Ramaphosa promised a ‘new dawn’ for South Africa. The country suffers from high crime, slumping economic growth and high unemployment. His presidency follows a corruption scandal that brought down his predecessor, Jacob Zuma. The inauguration took place in a stadium in Pretoria with regional leaders in attendance.

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17 Responses

  1. Our people he says?? You eat each other! I hope he does good for his people. JOBS JOBS JOBS No jobs then death….

  2. This guy will destroy South Africa… because of ilitiracy is easy to fool them … knowledge is freedom … he knows that

  3. Corruption is the constant bane of all governments. It’s measure usually equals the blaming of others for their problems.

  4. May God Jesus help us all, We know he has stolen and averting funds of $19 million to spend on his campaign.

  5. What does "new dawn" mean? Accelerating the movement towards communism and becoming a satellite state of China?

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