[LISTEN] Bongani Bingwa asks: Will Ramaphosa lead us to a new dawn?

Breakfast Show host Bongani Bingwa says South Africa needs visionary leadership that will lead the country in taking it's place among the nations of the world.

Bingwa says South Africa needs to rise to be among those who completely lifted millions from poverty and rewrote our history.

Getting rid of the bad apples like Zwane and Dlamini, that's the easy part. Can you lead us to a new dawn? That's your real task and yes we are sending you...

Bongani Bingwa, Breakfast show host

Bingw says the dignity of Parliament seems to have returned. The decorum, sense of dignity of occasion must have been painful for former president Jacob Zuma to watch.

Listen below to Bongani Bingwa's advice to President Ramaphosa.


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