CYRIL RAMAPHOSA: Social partnerships are integral for employment stimulus
In his weekly newsletter, the president said more than half a million South Africans had already benefitted from the first phase of Presidential Employment Stimulus, with several programmes still under way.
CYRIL RAMAPHOSA: Equality for women in SA economy not where it needs to be
As a country, we have made progress in promoting equality for women in areas like government, civil society, the administration of justice, sport and culture. Unfortunately, we haven’t made the same progress in the economy, writes the President in his weekly newsletter.
CYRIL RAMAPHOSA: Public ethics unit should help end corruption
After about 16,000 government employees received COVID relief grants, President Cyril Ramaphosa says the public ethics unit will help end corruption.
CYRIL RAMAPHOSA: Electricity the most pressing issue for communities around SA
In his weekly newsletter, President Ranaphosa writes that when people are deprived of the basic services without proper explanation of why this has happened or how it is being fixed, it erodes public confidence in local government.
CYRIL RAMAPHOSA: SA has reaped the benefits of being part of BRICS
In his week newsletter, the president reflected on South Africa's joining of the BRICS group of countries in 2010.
CYRIL RAMAPHOSA: A tribute to South Africa's public servants
During this Public Service Month, we pay tribute to the many public servants who continue to make a positive difference in our country every day, and whose actions and performance embodies the principle of batho pele.
FULL SPEECH: Ramaphosa addresses Limpopo Provincial Investment Conference
President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the 2021 Limpopo Provincial Investment Conference on Wednesday. The conference is part of the province’s effort to grow domestic and international investment and will showcase new investment opportunities for the province.
CYRIL RAMAPHOSA: Deokaran murder a reminder of high stakes of corruption fight
In the wake of the murder of Gauteng Health Department official, Babita Deokaran, President Cyril Ramaphosa has praised her as a hero and a patriot for standing against corruption and has vowed to protect whistleblowers.
CYRIL RAMAPHOSA: SA building a society that is free of state capture, corruption
President Cyril Ramaphosa reflects on the work of the state capture inquiry following his testimony and is confident that the era of state capture is over.
CYRIL RAMAPHOSA: We're performing a patriotic duty by getting COVID-19 vaccine
President Cyril Ramaphosa praised the country's COVID-19 vaccine programme after visiting two vaccination sites in Gauteng last week.
FULL SPEECH: Ramaphosa moves SA to adjusted level 3 lockdown
Ramaphosa's full speech from Sunday night, 25 July 2021.
CYRIL RAMAPHOSA: Our democracy was rescued by the strong arms of the SA people
In the wake of the violence and looting that rocked South Africa in recent weeks, President Cyril Ramaphosa praised South Africans for uniting in the face of a common threat.
IN FULL: President Ramaphosa's address to the nation in the aftermath of riots
After looting and violence in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal left six people dead and over 200 arrested, President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation.
CYRIL RAMAPHOSA: How do we benefit from mining while addressing its inequality?
As South Africa we too now face a challenge to our economic survival. Mining is vital to our economy, and will continue to be for the foreseeable future.
CYRIL RAMAPHOSA: We don't own SOEs because we have to - it is vital
It is important to remember that the state does not own companies simply for the sake of it, or because this is what the democratic government inherited from the apartheid state.
CYRIL RAMAPHOSA: Changed behaviour can alleviate lives & livelihoods trade-offs
The climb in new COVID-19 cases has been extraordinary. It increased more than fifteen-fold from the last low point, writes President Cyril Ramaphosa.
'Your country needs you': President Cyril Ramaphosa's June 16 speech in full
"Rise up," says President Cyril Ramaphosa to young people on the June 16 commemoration on Wednesday.
'Disturbing': 40% of SA's Gen Zs don't know about June 16 - Ramaphosa
It is disturbing that knowledge and awareness of the events of June 16th is diminishing among young South Africans, writes President Cyril Ramaphosa.