The time for skulking around is over. President Cyril Ramaphosa needs to reset and relaunch his presidency and take charge of a faltering economy and an increasingly depressed society. Covid-19 has given him that opportunity, says Pieter du Toit.
In this week’s edition of The Spectator, editor Fraser Nelson laments the leadership of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, arguing that his premiership has become beset with "disorder, debacle... and confusion".
Johnson was supposed to have "relaunched" in June during a speech in which he attempted to articulate what lies beyond Covid-19 for Britain: infrastructure projects, construction and innovation.