The 70-year-old leader made the speech after weeks of deliberations and negotiations at the African National Congress. The robbery nearly cost him not only his position as party leader but also that of South Africa’s head of state.
“Yes, we must act decisively to ensure that the recession and other problems that are dragging our economy are addressed. We must also remove obstacles to accelerated economic growth and job creation. We must take action against officials and officials who are delaying the important reforms that must be undertaken to build a resilient economy,” said Cyril Ramaphosa, forgetting the incident, He said he wanted to set the tone for the remainder of his tenure and the years ahead.
Since December 19, the newly elected President of the South African ANC, Cyril Ramaphosa, has re-embarked on his warhorse of fighting corruption. The 70-year-old leader nearly lost his political standing after a scandal over a large sum of money hidden in his home after a robbery.