Caller gives Ramaphosa a new name: Dimakatso

Listeners on the Xolani Gwala show say President Cyril Ramaphosa is not in touch with what is happening in the country. Ramaphosa has reacted with shock to many social issues in the country.

It is actually shocking how shocked he is. It is like he is South Africa's first white president after democracy because he kind of acts like a north-suburbs housewife. He makes Mmusi Maimane (Democratic Alliance leader) look streetwise.

Daniel Friedman, Journalist - Mail & Guardian

Before he was president he was living multi-millionaire's syndrome. They don't have stage-four (load shedding) in Houghton.

Dineo, Caller

Dimakatso, he is forever shocked. How can we trust such a president?

Lerato, Caller

Listen to what callers had to say...


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