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Magashule claims his suspension of Ramaphosa was lawful

In his application for leave to appeal the high court judgment, Magashule argues that the court erred in holding that Ramaphosa’s suspension was not lawful without giving any explanation for that conclusion

No action just yet on Digital Vibes report, Ramaphosa signals

‘I will come out and explain to the nation exactly how I will deal with [the SIU] report,’ Ramaphosa said during a walkabout at vaccine sites in Gauteng

WATCH AGAIN: Ramaphosa addresses the nation

The president is expected to provide an update on lockdown regulations

Rwanda’s involvement in Ramaphosa phone surveillance will further strain relations

But experts doubt the South African intelligence community has the capacity even to establish whether Ramaphosa’s phone was compromised

‘We will extinguish the fires that are raging’- Ramaphosa

There will be no state of emergency, but authorities are working to bring instigators of the week’s violence to book, the president said on Friday night

WATCH AGAIN: Ramaphosa addresses the nation on outbreaks of violence

The president’s address follows a visit to KwaMashu in KwaZulu-Natal on Friday morning to assess damage caused by violence and looting

WATCH LIVE: Ramaphosa addresses the nation on outbreaks of violence

The president will address the nation on Monday - this time to detail the government's plans to quell the violence that has gripped KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng since former president Jacob Zuma's imprisonment

Ramaphosa calls Zuma’s imprisonment a sad moment in the history of the ANC

This weekend’s NEC meeting comes as the ANC in KwaZulu-Natal struggles to maintain order as Zuma supporters allegedly barricade roads, torch trucks and loot in protests against his incarceration

‘Dismiss talks of coalitions in elections,’ Ramaphosa tells the ANC’s national executive committee

The president wants local government overhauled, so that it no longer a manager of contracts, which has resulted in a weak tender system that has led to corruption, patronage and the poor delivery of services

Editorial: It’s done – but the Zuma saga will affect Ramaphosa’s long game

By the early hours of Thursday morning, Jacob Zuma was on one side of a cell door and the country he corrupted on the other. There is cause for reflection on both sides

Richard Calland: Ramaphosa proves he is a duffer

The way our government — and its leader — have handled the pandemic leaves much to be desired

Screen Grab: Ramaphosa, the pixelated prez

Having taken on the form of a spectral apparition, many of us have stopped watching Cyril Ramaphosa’s speeches

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