Cyril Ramaphosa promises South Africans good governance


The President elect of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday promised South Africans that he will impose faster reforms to boost the economy and turn around Eskom, the state’s ailing power company.

He made this known at a gathering of chief executives hosted by the Goldman Sachs investment bank in Johannesburg, signalling his pro-business stance after he took over from scandal-tainted Jacob Zuma last year.

Ramaphosa said, “We identified a number of reform issues that we needed to address, we are now going to do that with greater speed.

“We are going to ensure that the certainty that investors want to see is there,” he said.


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