Nearly two decades after he was "anointed" by Nelson Mandela himself, Cyril Ramaphosa is finally elected as President of South Africa. But the country which Ramaphosa inherited is very different from the rainbow nation Mandela led in the the 1990's.
The South Africa of 2018 is divided and caught in a web of state capture, corruption, poverty and despair. The Zuma years left the country and is institutions battered and bruised. Can Ramaphosa save South Africa and restore it to its former glory? Ralph Mathekga answers this question and more in this insightful and riveting book.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Ralph Mathekga is one of South Africa’s leading political analysts. He taught politics at the University of the Western Cape and worked as a senior policy analyst at the National Treasury. He is often quoted by both local and international media houses and comments regularly on television and radio. Ralph is currently completing a PhD in politics.
Ramaphosa's Turn: Can Cyril Save South Africa? is published by Tafelberg, an imprint of NB Publishers