Zuma’s economic legacy is not all bad – Economist

When in Davos, Switzerland Cyril Ramaphosa made promises to investors and his supporters here at home are also waiting for him to deliver on the promises made during the campaign. But in order to achieve some of these promises made, he must first take control of government. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss the growing confusion and uncertainty in South Africa and what is says about the potential leadership style of Cyril Ramaphosa is Economist, Thabi Leoka.

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