South Africa’s new president told parliament the government would work hard to improve the lives of South African people after being sworn in by parliament in Cape Town on February 15.
Addressing the PAC opposition party, Cyril Ramaphosa said his government would work hard to improve the lives of South Africans as it had done since 1994, taking them to a higher level.
Parliament elected Ramaphosa to replace Jacob Zuma, following Zuma’s resignation Wednesday night after corruption charges which he denies.
This video shows Ramaphosa address parliament in his first speech as president of South Africa. Credit: Parliament of the Republic of South Africa via Storyful