RAMAPHOSA, the path to power

: Hartley (R.)

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238pp., illus., paperback, Revised edition, Johannesburg, (2017) 2018

 

First published in 2017 as "Ramaphosa, the man who would be king." This revised edition includes new chapters covering the most recent developments in Cyril Ramaphosa's career.

Cyril Ramaphosa took over as President of South Africa in early 2018. He served as the Deputy President of South Africa under President Jacob Zuma and was Secretary General of the ANC from 1991-1996. He was also the founder of the National Union of Mineworkers and served as General Secretary from 1982-1991. Ramaphosa is also known for the role he played during the negotiations to end apartheid and for steering the country towards its first democratic elections in 1994.

Ray Hartley was the founding editor of The Times and editor of the Sunday Times. He is also the author of "The Big Fix, how South Africa stole the 2010 World Cup" and editor of "How to Fix South Africa, the country's leading thinkers on what must be done to create jobs