#CyrilOn702: 'I can assure your listeners that Thursday is confirmed'

President Cyril Ramaphosa's exclusive interview with Xolani Gwala on 702 has been postponed from Tuesday to Thursday. It is scheduled from 6 -8 pm.

The ANC head of presidency Zizi Kodwa says the party was looking forward to the interview, however, it had to be moved due to unforeseen circumstances.

READ: President Cyril Ramaphosa fires Tom Moyane

I can assure and confirm to your listeners that Thursday has been confirmed and all the listeners must continue to send their questions. The president will be with them on Thursday for two hours and he is looking forward to engaging your beautiful listeners.

Zizi Kodwa, ANC Head of Presidency

Listen below to the full interview:


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