South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has vowed to purge the African National Congress (ANC) of “deviant tendencies”.
President Ramaphosa makes the vow as he prepares to form the next cabinet following the Party’s victory in Parliamentary Elections last week.
Speaking at a victory celebration at the ANC Headquarters in the main city, Johannesburg, on Sunday, Mr Ramaphosa said he would only appoint “capable” leaders and “visionaries” to the cabinet.
The South African leader says he is not going to tolerate corruption in his administration.
The ANC won 58% of the vote in the election, its lowest majority since it took power at the end of apartheid in 1994.