Mondli Makhanya | The nonexistent president

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 President Cyril Ramaphosa doesn’t really seem interested in leading his country Photo: Deon Raath
President Cyril Ramaphosa doesn’t really seem interested in leading his country Photo: Deon Raath

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One sunny day in 1996, a certain Cyril Ramaphosa stood next to Nelson Mandela and business icon Nthato Motlana as the three men made the dramatic announcement that the then chair of the Constitutional Assembly would be leaving politics once the final Constitution had been signed and sealed.

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