WATCH: The moment Ramaphosa took SA into his confidence on #ZumaExit talks

2018-02-11 17:11

Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa says ANC NEC members, who are set to meet on Monday, will finalise a power transition from President Jacob Zuma.

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11 Feb 17:58
Ramaphosa breaks silence on #ZumaExit talks; says NEC will finalise #Zexit on Monday

11 Feb 17:57

Ramaphosa vows power transfer to be finalised

Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa says ANC NEC members, who are set to meet on Monday, will finalise a power transition from President Jacob Zuma.

Ramaphosa said he understands South Africans want the country's leadership to resolve its problems and that the national executive committee (NEC) "will be doing precisely that".


11 Feb 17:06

#Mandela100 heralds new beginning for SA, says hopeful Ramaphosa

“As we emerge from a period of difficulty, a period of disunity and discord, this Nelson Mandela centenary year offers us what I would call, a new beginning,” says Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.

He was addressing a crowd at the Grand Parade in Cape Town on Sunday, where the ANC held a rally to mark Nelson Mandela’s centenary.

“This year we are called upon, all of us, to look at where we have come from and to look at our weaknesses, to look at the challenges we face,” Ramaphosa said. “As we emerge from a period of difficulty, a period of disunity and discord, this Nelson Mandela centenary year offers us what I would call, a new beginning.”


11 Feb 15:56
And with that Ramaphosa is done with his speech, where unity was a common theme, he invoked history and the name of Nelson Mandela countless times and was vague on what is actually going with #Zexit.

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Ramaphosa recalls Mandela's famous "I am prepared to die" speech.

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Ramapgosa on #ZumaExit talks: It is therefore important to manage these discussions with purpose. The issue we are seeking, is that you our people must be put first, and not the interests of others.

11 Feb 15:43

SARB to honour Mandela's centenary with commemorative notes

The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) will launch commemorative banknotes to honour Nelson Mandela’s centenary, it said in a statement on Sunday.


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Ramaphosa: We have no other choice but to continue fighting corruption. That is what Nelson Mandela would have wanted. We will continue to fight the capture of state institutions.

11 Feb 15:38
Biggest applause of #Ramaphosa: speech so far when he says 2018 will be the year of continuing #Mandela100 legacy of fighting corruption, and make sure those who are corrupt, and stealing from the poor, will be brought to justice.

11 Feb 15:34
Applause from the crowd as Ramaphosa says the minimum wage will arrive in 2018. It will improve the lives of 6.6 million people. 

11 Feb 15:31
Applause and whistles when Ramaphosa says 2018 is the year the land must be returned to those from whom it was taken

11 Feb 15:29
He says 2018 is a time for change and a time for action. To push back unemployment and poverty.

11 Feb 15:28
Ramaphosa now mentions Cape Town water crisis. "If there ever was a time where we should all be working together, this water crisis is the time when we should all join hands. As a nation, we have a responsibility to come to the aid of each other.

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Ramaphosa also wishes Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who now resides in Cape Town, very well in every way possible. "As we are here, we say strength to you."

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He talks about "first freedom fighters", the Khoi and the San fought colonialism. 

11 Feb 15:19
Ramaphosa: You the people of Cape Town, you continued to encourage Nelson Mandela while he was on Robben Island and Victor Verster. We say thank you to the people of Cape Town.

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Ramaphosa says the day and the occasion encouraged people that a brighter day would rise, and strengthen a new democracy.

11 Feb 15:10
Ramaphosa recounts the journey from Victor Verster prison to City Hall. Trevor Manuel was driving the car, and for a few brief minutes, they got lost. "Everybody panicked," he joked.

11 Feb 15:09
Ramaphosa: I am sure that everybody in South Africa remembers where they were on this day at this hour 28 years ago. The whole world stopped to watch Madiba's speech. 

11 Feb 15:07
Ramaphosa tells the crowd in Afrikaans they're at the Grand Parade because it's the first place Mandela addressed the nation after his incarceration. "Madiba het baie lekker gepraat." Capetonian crowd appreciative

11 Feb 15:06
Ramaphosa says again in Afrikaans that Madiba, after 27 years in prison, he spoke well. "Dit was hier dat Madiba gese het dat apartheid nie kan werk nie." 

11 Feb 15:05
Ramaphosa now speaking in Afrikaans. The crowd cheers.

11 Feb 15:03
Ramaphosa: "Comrades, we meet here in this very historic day, to celebrate Nelson Mandela's life and that of the daughter of the soil, mama Albertina Sisulu."

11 Feb 15:00
"Long live the spirit of Nelson Mandela, long live," shouts Ramaphosa as he starts with his speech. 

11 Feb 14:59
ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa is now addressing ANC members at Mandela centenary.

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11 Feb 14:52
SACP: Trains are not working in Cape Town because of looting. It is because of corruption. Those elements must be arrested.

11 Feb 14:51
Mantashe says the ANC is working "on Buffalo time". 

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SACP says they are calling for the reorganising of the alliance. "What is wrong with a governance of alliance unity?"

11 Feb 14:48
SACP says as long as you keep president Zuma, the worse for the ANC and the people. The crowd cheers. 

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The SACP is calling for the Guptas to be arrest. 

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Cosatu calls on Ramaphosa to reclaim a corruption-free ANC. 

11 Feb 14:43
"We are here to declare victory in the Western Cape," says Cosatu member.  

11 Feb 14:43
"We are here to declare victory in the Western Cape," says Cosatu member.  

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The ANC has survived several storms because of quality of its members,Mantashe tells crowd.

11 Feb 14:37
Mantashe is now talking about the importance of unity in the ANC. 

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