New Cabinet appointed by Ramaphosa in South Africa as deadlock is resolved

New Cabinet appointed by Ramaphosa in South Africa as deadlock is resolved

South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has finally broken the deadlock and announced the formation of a new cabinet, more than a month after the recent elections left his African National Congress (ANC) party without a majority. The government of national unity will consist of 32 ministerial positions, marking a historic moment for the country. This decision comes after weeks of negotiations and delays in forming a coalition government.

The announcement of the new cabinet is a significant step forward for South Africa, as it will bring much-needed stability and direction to the country’s leadership. The formation of a unity government is seen as a positive move towards addressing the challenges facing the nation, including the housing crisis, high unemployment rates, and power cuts.

President Ramaphosa’s choice of ministers will be closely watched as he seeks to tackle issues of corruption and improve governance within the ANC. The new cabinet will play a crucial role in implementing policies to address the pressing issues that South Africa is currently facing.

Al Jazeera’s Haru Mutasa reports from Johannesburg on this latest development in South African politics. Stay tuned for more updates on the country’s progress under the new cabinet. #SouthAfrica #SouthAfricaCabinet #SouthAfricaPolitics #ANC #CyrilRamaphosa #Corruption.

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