Brian Sokutu
Senior Print Journalist
3 minute read
28 May 2020
7:00 am

Consultative leadership is one thing, but…

Brian Sokutu

At a time when the coronavirus is expected to spread rapidly, Ramaphosa has been convinced by religious leaders that they could control their flocks during the Covid-19 crisis.

The 25-year-old Lethebo, born Zebediela, said he was already elected in his mother’s womb to become a prophet and that through God he has healed thousands of people. Photo: Mountzion General Assembly official Facebook page

South Africans emerging from the free-for-all reign of Jacob Zuma, marked by the plunder of the public purse and state assets, could not have wished for a better president than Cyril Ramaphosa. A sigh of relief was the reaction from many people when Ramaphosa ascended to the highest public office. A leader with credibility, good negotiation skills, political prowess and business acumen are all the qualities we needed after Zuma – to restore our good reputation, squandered by what has become known as “wasted years”. Ramaphosa – a man who had the ear of Nelson Mandela and helped steer SA...