CAPE town – A day after his election, the new president of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, a new beginning for the country promised. He wants to fight against corruption in the public sector enter into, ” he said in his first State of the Union Friday night.
After a period of declining confidence in the institutions and the leaders of the country is now a new dawn on the hands, ” he said. He wants to build a society “which is characterized by decency and integrity, and that the plunder of public funds not tolerate.” Ramaphosa also promised to stimulate the economy and create jobs.
The 65-year-old was on Thursday elected president after his predecessor, Jacob Zuma, under pressure from the African National Congress (ANC) was withdrawn.