The President made the commitment at the Ohlange Institute in Inanda, KwaZulu-Natal, as he delivered the party’s annual January 8 statement to mark the African National Congress’s 107th birthday on Tuesday.
With question marks hanging heavy over the president’s ability to reconcile and reunite the ruling party – compounded by a perceived weak handedness in dealing with transgressions – Ramaphosa, fierce in rhetoric, riled up the crowd, largely silenc...
He said it was of “grave concern” that many children entering the schooling system did not reach matric and that many foundation phase learners could not read or write properly.
The ANC, on this day 107 years ago, was founded as a resistence movement by President Dube, Sol Plaatjie and Pixley Seme.
The wreath laying ceremony formed part of ongoing celebrations to mark the 107th anniversary of the ruling party.
We will implement the agreements reached at the Presidential Jobs Summit last year by boosting local demand for goods, investing more in sectors like mining, manufacturing and agriculture, and expanding export markets.
Durban - President Cyril Ramaphosa has described his predecessor Jacob Zuma as an important person in uniting the ANC.
At the same time as we adapt our educational system to respond to new technological realities, we must also ensure, as a matter of principle, that we mould a generation that combines technical excellence with a humane approach to social relations ...
South Africa’s ruling African National Congress (ANC) Tuesday celebrates its 107th anniversary with its top brass holding campaign rallies in the coastal province of KwaZulu Natal, where the party was formed, ahead of this year’s General Election.
"All of his solutions are long term and slow when South Africa needs urgent change now," DA leader Mmusi Maimane said in a statement shortly after Ramaphosa’s address.
JOHANNESBURG - President Cyril Ramaphosa has launched the African National Congress (ANC)’s 2019 election manifesto, promising to put job creation, investment and decent living for workers at the centre.
Launching the governing African National Congress’s (ANC) 2019 general election manifesto in South Africa, President Cyril Ramaphosa lauded the successes of the last 25 years of democracy.
In his keynote address at a packed Moses Mabhida stadium, Ramaphosa undertook that the ANC will focus on economic growth, job creation and a skills revolution for the youth.
Durban - African National Congress (ANC) and state President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Friday night that the party and government were working to reclaim integrity and credibility in the eyes of the public.
Other categories included social transformation, crime prevention, gender-based violence, corruption, strengthening public institutions, building national unity, and outlining the ANC’s pan-African and global perspectives.
Ramaphosa unveiled the ruling party’s elections manifesto to over 80,000 supporters at the Moses Mabhida Stadium this past weekend.
President Cyril Ramaphosa engages with commuters at Berea taxi rank in Durban as part of ANC celebration of its 107 anniversary and build up to its manifesto launch at Moses Mabhida Stadium.
But President Ramaphosa is betting that after a decade of chaos and misrule under Zuma - a man now facing a corruption trial, and possible bankruptcy - South Africans are, overwhelmingly, looking for competence and honesty rather than grand promis...
The official launch of their manifesto at the Moses Mabhida Stadium today will mark the climax of the party’s activities since last week Friday.
The vote, expected in May, will be a test of whether Ramaphosa has been able to reverse a decline in support for the African National Congress (ANC), which has governed since the end of apartheid in 1994 but has seen its majority wane.
Durban – President Cyril Ramaphosa told a young professionals’ meeting on Wednesday night to knock on as many doors as possible when seeking business funding instead of limiting themselves to one potential funder.