The ANC president, Cyril Ramaphosa, announced that plans to stabilize Eskom would be announced within “a few weeks”.
According to him, the power supply is therefore unstable. However, he has not expanded what the plans are to pay off the R420bn debt.
He also boasts in Davos that law and order are recovering in the country, but mention nothing of the 50 murders that take place daily in the country.
It is said corruption took place while Ramaphosa was in the seat as the ANC’s deputy president of the country and he did absolutely nothing to stop it. So why will he step in now? To recover under the dispensation of the ANC-regime where many corrupt people are sitting in key positions, will be a very challenging task and in some instances not physically possible.
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