The President spent most of the day consulting… It’s going to be the first time he really shows his hand…— Mahlatse Mahlase, Editor-In-Chief - EWN
President Cyril Ramaphosa will announce his new Cabinet at 8:00 pm (Wednesday).
He is under pressure to make good on bold promises he made to the nation.
Whoever he chooses; they have their work cut out for them after a decade of economic stagnation.
Whitfield asked Mahlase what he expects from the Cabinet announcement.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and scroll down for more quotes from it).
He knows what he has promised… that there won’t be any tainted ministers… [But] he can’t forget Luthuli House…— Mahlatse Mahlase, Editor-In-Chief - EWN
I think it [Deputy President] will be David Mabuza, definitely…— Mahlatse Mahlase, Editor-In-Chief - EWN
It’s about basic services…— Mahlatse Mahlase, Editor-In-Chief - EWN
...2016 is still a nightmare they [ANC] are living…— Mahlatse Mahlase, Editor-In-Chief - EWN
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