Ramaphosa will face tough questions in Parliament

The tone in Parliament seems to have changed now that Cyril Ramaphosa has been made President, but there are still some tough question he will have to face in Parliament.

EWN parliamentary reporter Gaye Davis says that Ramaphosa is scheduled to answer questions from the ANC and opposition parties on Wednesday afternoon. She adds he will be facing six questions.

The first question is from an ANC MP and it's about the social impact that Ramaphosa said he wanted to forge when he delivered his State of the Nation Address. The question really is how that will drive economic recovery and delivery.

Gaye Davis, EWN parliamentary reporter

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