I think it’s just a question, at most, of a month or two, maybe three, that Jacob Zuma has as President of the country.— Jakkie Cilliers
What are South Africa’s prospects under Cyril Ramaphosa?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed famed scenario expert Jakkie Cilliers.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
Power has now shifted to the President of the ANC...— Jakkie Cilliers
It’ll take time for Ramaphosa to build support to remove Jacob Zuma…— Jakkie Cilliers
The power lies with Cyril Ramaphosa.— Jakkie Cilliers
The longer Zuma stays in power, the better the DA and the EFF will do in 2019.— Jakkie Cilliers
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