WATCH: Three ministers who may not survive a Ramaphosa reshuffle

Cape Town - With Cyril Ramaphosa officially installed as SA's new president, investors, rating agencies and the South African public will be watching closely to see if he makes any changes to Jacob Zuma's last Cabinet.

Ramaphosa, who was sworn in by Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng on Thursday afternoon, said in brief remarks after his election that he would be focusing on how to improve state-owned enterprises, deal with state capture and fight corruption. 

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