'If Bathabile is still a minister by 3:15pm, then Ramaphoria is really dead'

Who should President Cyril Ramaphosa kick out of his Cabinet this afternoon?

Presenter Eusebius McKaiser says Minister of Women in the Presidency Bathabile Dlamini, Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel and Minister of Small Business Development Lindiwe Zulu are some names on his list.

Read: Cabinet reshuffle: 'Get rid of Bathabile Dlamini and Nomvula Mokonyane'

Bathabile Dlamini. Minister of Women in the Presidency. If she is still a minister by 3:15pm, then Ramaphoria is really dead.

Eusebius McKaiser

Can someone tell me whether they would miss the Economic Development Ministry if that department was gone this afternoon? I'm not sure what Ebrahim Patel has done in that position.

Eusebius McKaiser

Also read: Why political analyst Mcebisi Ndletyana doubts there will be a Cabinet reshuffle

What does Minister of Education Angie Motshekga have to show for her longevity? I would say the same for [Energy Minister] Jeff Radebe.. you've got two ministers who've been inside the Cabinet since the last supper! What have they done?

Eusebius McKaiser

Listeners also called in to share their opinions and advice ahead of the Cabinet reshuffle announcement at 3pm.

Listen to the discussion on The Eusebius McKaiser Show:


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