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    Ramaphosa

    Author: Hartley, Ray
    ISBN: 9781868429165
    Format: paperback
    In Ramaphosa: Path to Power veteran journalist Ray Hartley reveals how Cyril Ramaphosa pulled off one of the greatest political comebacks of modern times, and what lies in store for the new president as he embarks on a hefty clean-up operation of a country in shambles.
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    In Ramaphosa: Path to Power veteran journalist Ray Hartley reveals how Cyril Ramaphosa pulled off one of the greatest political comebacks of modern times, and what lies in store for the new president as he embarks on a hefty clean-up operation of a country in shambles. Ray HartleyÆs bestselling 2017 biography, Ramaphosa: The Man Who Would Be King, offered a cogent analysis of how the former nearly-man of South African politics handled the key challenges he faced in the unions, in business and in politics. In this updated edition, Hartley questions whether the former æman in the middleÆ can lead from the front, now that he has publicly denounced the besmirched Zuma and his corrupted ANC and established himself as a worthy recipient of the countryÆs top job. So begins a new era in South African politics. As he takes the helm in 2018, Ramaphosa faces his biggest challenge yet: fixing a broken economy, weeding out ZumaÆs corrupt cronies in government and, finally, delivering on his promise of a better life for the poor majority. This fully revised edition also includes a new introduction and an additional chapter that covers the most recent developments in RamaphosaÆs career and in South African politics.
    In Ramaphosa: Path to Power veteran journalist Ray Hartley reveals how Cyril Ramaphosa pulled off one of the greatest political comebacks of modern times, and what lies in store for the new president as he embarks on a hefty clean-up operation of a country in shambles. Ray HartleyÆs bestselling 2017 biography, Ramaphosa: The Man Who Would Be King, offered a cogent analysis of how the former nearly-man of South African politics handled the key challenges he faced in the unions, in business and in politics. In this updated edition, Hartley questions whether the former æman in the middleÆ can lead from the front, now that he has publicly denounced the besmirched Zuma and his corrupted ANC and established himself as a worthy recipient of the countryÆs top job. So begins a new era in South African politics. As he takes the helm in 2018, Ramaphosa faces his biggest challenge yet: fixing a broken economy, weeding out ZumaÆs corrupt cronies in government and, finally, delivering on his promise of a better life for the poor majority. This fully revised edition also includes a new introduction and an additional chapter that covers the most recent developments in RamaphosaÆs career and in South African politics.
    Products specifications
    ISBN13 9781868429165
    Sub-Title Path to power
    Contributor Hartley, Ray
    Language English
    Format paperback
    Publisher Jonathan Ball Publishers SA
    Publication Date 2018-05-30
    Short Description In Ramaphosa: Path to Power veteran journalist Ray Hartley reveals how Cyril Ramaphosa pulled off one of the greatest political comebacks of modern times, and what lies in store for the new president as he embarks on a hefty clean-up operation of a country in shambles.
    Full Description In Ramaphosa: Path to Power veteran journalist Ray Hartley reveals how Cyril Ramaphosa pulled off one of the greatest political comebacks of modern times, and what lies in store for the new president as he embarks on a hefty clean-up operation of a country in shambles. Ray HartleyÆs bestselling 2017 biography, Ramaphosa: The Man Who Would Be King, offered a cogent analysis of how the former nearly-man of South African politics handled the key challenges he faced in the unions, in business and in politics. In this updated edition, Hartley questions whether the former æman in the middleÆ can lead from the front, now that he has publicly denounced the besmirched Zuma and his corrupted ANC and established himself as a worthy recipient of the countryÆs top job. So begins a new era in South African politics. As he takes the helm in 2018, Ramaphosa faces his biggest challenge yet: fixing a broken economy, weeding out ZumaÆs corrupt cronies in government and, finally, delivering on his promise of a better life for the poor majority. This fully revised edition also includes a new introduction and an additional chapter that covers the most recent developments in RamaphosaÆs career and in South African politics.
    Author Biography RAY HARTLEY worked as an administrator at the CODESA negotiations, which ended apartheid. He has covered the unfolding drama of the new South Africa as a political correspondent, travelling extensively with Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki. Hartley was the founding editor of The Times and editor of South AfricaÆs largest newspaper, The Sunday Times, from 2010 to 2013. He is author of Ragged Glory: The Rainbow Nation in Black and White and editor of the essay collection How to Fix South Africa.