WATCH LIVE: Cyril Ramaphosa’s cabinet reshuffle

Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to make his first cabinet reshuffle after being elected president of the republic by Parliament.

He is expected to announce his deputy president and axe several ministers implicated in state capture such as Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane, Public Service and Administration Minister Faith Muthambi, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown and Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Des van Rooyen.

READ MORE: Mabuza for deputy president?

Naledi Pandor, Lindiwe Sisulu, as well as the Speaker Baleka Mbete and David Mabuza, deputy president of the ANC, have all been touted as possible candidates for the position of deputy president.

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