'President Ramaphosa is fun to work with, full of integrity and a team player'
The elections results have been announced and parties and now that the dust has settled, what happens next?
President Cyril Ramaphosa's spokesperson Khusela Diko talking to CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies says nothing will change until the new president is sworn in.
She says working with the president has been 'an amazing experience' and something she will treasure forever.
The president is a person full of integrity. Not only is he easily accessible, but also fun to work with.Khusela Diko, Spokesperson - The Presidency
What has made my job easy is that when you ask the president questions he will always tell the truth and I think that is what South Africans have come to expect and that's what he has delivered.Khusela Diko, Spokesperson - The Presidency
He is a team player... President Ramaphosa really keeps everyone up to date in terms of his thinking, his vision and where he wants us to go.Khusela Diko, Spokesperson - The Presidency
Diko says the president is yet to make any decision with regards to the appointment of Cabinet members.
To hear the rest of the conversations, listen below:
Intellidex's Peter Attard Montalto says the president needs to follow through with all his promises.Read More
Post-election, national chairperson advocate Dali Mpofu evaluates the party's gains.Read More
Political analyst Nompumelelo Runji says these people have support from their constituencies.Read More
Eyewitness News reporter Ayanda Nyathi shares details on the process leading up to the first sitting of the National Assembly.Read More
Eyewitness News reporter Clement Manyathela shares details on the return of Kgosientso Ramokgopa and Parks Tau.Read More
Democratic Alliance says it will review its elections campaign and performance.Read More
BLSA chief operations officer Busisiwe Mavuso says Cyril Ramaphosa needs to appoint ministers that are of the right calibre.Read More
Alan Winde says he is already in discussions on who members of his Cabinet would be in the provincial legislature.Read More
Federal chairperson Athol Trollip says the party takes collective responsibility for the election results.Read More
The News24 editor says there is a theory in the ANC that Lindiwe Sisulu may be used by the 'Zuma camp' to unseat the president.Read More