Public loses confidence on Ramaphosa's leadership
President Cyril Ramaphosa is set to give every South African an opportunity to vote on election day. Therefore, it looks like another long weekend is on the cards in the next two weeks, as political parties improve their efforts to win over as many votes as possible at the upcoming municipal elections.
An Afrobarometer survey found that more than 60% of South African citizens do not have faith in Cyril Ramaphosa's leadership. Read further for more.
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