President Cyril Ramaphosa has praised thousands of police service trainees for completing their programme, saying they now have a duty to serve and protect the people of South Africa. 10 000 new police trainees are graduating as constables from today. The trainees, from various academies, completed their Basic Police Development[…]
LOCAL President Cyril Ramaphosa is not going to make a “hasty” decision of resigning after the section 89 panel report finding that he has a case to answer to on Phala Phala. This is according to presidency spokesperson Vincent Magwenya. “It’s not about whether he is panicking, that I can[…]
LOCAL President Cyril Ramaphosa received a standing ovation after delivering his address at a joint sitting of parliament at the Palace of Westminster in London on Tuesday afternoon. “It is reassuring that since becoming president in 2018, you have led the way in restoring the Mandela vision for your country.[…]
NATIONAL The office of President Cyril Ramaphosa has responded to calls for him to step aside, stating he has not been charged for any crime. Ramaphosa’s spokesperson, Vincent Magwenya, briefed the media on Sunday on the president’s public engagements for the week ahead. “The president has not been charged of[…]
President Cyril Ramaphosa has until the end of Sunday to meet the ten-day deadline given to him by the Section 89 Independent Panel of Experts. The Presidency has reiterated that he will meet the deadline of responding to all the submissions made by some National Assembly members. The African Transformation Movement (ATM),[…]
LOCAL Worsening power cuts have forced President Cyril Ramaphosa to cut short his current overseas visit to deal with troubles at home. Ramaphosa made this decision after “an urgent virtual meeting with all the relevant ministers and officials,” his spokesperson Vincent Magwenya said on Sunday afternoon . Play Video Policing,[…]
Stronger relationships between communities and the police could help SA in its fight against criminality and spare the lives of police officers who die at the hands of criminals, President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Sunday. Ramaphosa was addressing the families of slain police officers at the police memorial site at[…]
President Cyril Ramaphosa has admitted that the country was ill-prepared for the violent protests and looting that broke out in parts of the country after the incarceration of former president Jacob Zuma. Addressing the nation on Friday night, Ramaphosa said the country was going to learn from the violent protests[…]
President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the extension of the level 4 lockdown regulations for another 14 days, as Covid-19 positive cases continue to rise. Ramaphosa, addressing the nation on Sunday night, said his government had decided to keep the country on adjusted level 4 first implemented exactly two weeks prior. This[…]
Civil society organisations say President Cyril Ramaphosa has ignored a promise he made last year to the deaf community that the sign language will become the 12th official language. They say a year later, nothing has been done by government to ensure that the sign language receives the recognition it[…]
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