[WATCH LIVE] Cyril Ramaphosa opens speech with a unity song

JOHANNESBURG - ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa opened his address with a unity song, he elaborates on how the newly elected ANC leadership plans to renew the organisation.

Ramaphosa said, “Comrades you can see that we started our celebrations on time and it’s a clear signal that izinto ziyashintsha futhi zishintshile (things can change and have already changed).”

Watch the live video above for more.


This article first appeared on EWN : [WATCH LIVE] Cyril Ramaphosa opens speech with a unity song


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