The days of burning and murdering because they do not like apartheid are over and the struggle is over, thanks to the actions of the NP.
The new “struggle” is apparently far more complicated – it must now stop the disintegration in the ANC, but if the “struggle” succeeds and a victory is achieved again, the true struggle is not over yet.
It is Ramaphosa and his cabinet must overcome the new “struggle” to prevent South Africa from turning into another Zimbabwe, because it is fast approaching, informed observers say.
The president’s begging trip to London is aimed at convincing people to do the stupid thing and take big investments to South Africa with the risk of losing everything.
An economic expert told Die Vryburger that the chances of big investments coming were as good as letting people live on the sun.
Ramaphosa’s struggles are numerous, and before he can attract significant investors to the country, a few things must be done first.
He must abandon his party’s labor policy of black favoritism; he has to implement a much better plan to get Eskom right; he must ensure that violence drastically decreases and corruption is eliminated; he must see the health services come back to First World standard as it was; he must ensure that municipal services are again at the highest level and the bankruptcy has been eradicated.
If he did it to the satisfaction of the world’s wealthy investors, he could expect some investors to show up, he said.