ANC will lose some power in 2019, but Cyril will still be president - astrologer

Do you want to know what the zodiac signs say about South Africa's chart for 2019?

READ: Masterclass on astrology

Astrologer from Soul Direction, Dawn Carter says to determine the chart, she looks at the planets and where they are positioned.

This year is very important because we have quite a lot of lunar eclipses happening and I thought it was important to look at them. If we go back to the 5 February the day that President Jacob Zuma resigned and Cyril Ramaphosa was sworn in, it was a solar eclipse taking place that day.

Dawn Carter, astrologer, Soul Direction

Normally the effects of a solar eclipse last up to six months. She adds that communications will be the major theme over the year.

The leaders need to put the country's finances in order and look carefully on how the money is spent in the future. We have elections coming up and there is quite a bit of action in the Eleventh House. The Jupiter Sun conjunction Aquarius indicates that there will be a lot of changes in terms of the legislature.

Dawn Carter, astrologer, Soul Direction

The positions of Neptune and the moon show that the ANC is losing power and as we know that South Africa has always been a one-party state, but that is going to be changing.

Dawn Carter, astrologer, Soul Direction

She adds that economically things don't look bad for the country.

There is no doubt that President Cyril Ramaphosa will still be our president after the election.

Dawn Carter, astrologer, Soul Direction

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