President Cyril Ramaphosa, facing a challenge in December as ANC leader, has reached a midpoint of his five-year term as president of  SA. Last week he presided over a cabinet lekgotla to assess progress of his administration’s plans, and how to achieve his vision.

As the party’s December elective conference approaches, the temptation is high among his allies to trumpet his successes and explain away his failures...

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