South Africa’s Ramaphosa to announce ‘inclusive’ coalition cabinet

South Africa’s Ramaphosa to announce ‘inclusive’ coalition cabinet
South Africa’s Ramaphosa to announce ‘inclusive’ coalition cabinet

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - President of the African National Congress (ANC) Cyril Ramaphosa adresses members of parliament after he was announced President of South Africa after members of parliament voted during the first sitting of the New South African Parliament in Cape Town on June 14, 2024. — AFP pic

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, June 15 — South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, re-elected for a second term after his weakened ANC lost its outright majority, will announce an “inclusive” cabinet, the party said today.

The African National Congress (ANC) said Ramaphosa, who will lead what it calls a government of national unity (GNU), will announce an “inclusive GNU cabinet” after the May 29 general election produced no outright winner.

Congratulatory messages continued to pour in for the leader who was re-elected as president yesterday and will be inaugurated on June 19.

The election marked a historic turning point for South Africa, ending three decades of dominance by the ANC of the late Nelson Mandela.


The humbled ANC said it was “ready to set aside our political differences, find innovative ways to work together in the interest of our nation”.

The GNU includes the centre-right Democratic Alliance (DA), the Zulu nationalist Inkatha Freedom Party and other smaller groups.

Yesterday Chief Justice Raymond Zondo had opened the parliament’s first sitting, swearing in MPs in batches and presiding over the election of the speaker, who was from the ANC, and a deputy speaker who hailed from the DA.


However, South Africans continued to express scepticism about the unprecedented deal, particularly the union of the long-term political foes the ANC and the DA who have been the country’s longest official opposition. — AFP

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