Cyril Ramaphosa is nou nommer een in Suid-Afrika sedert 15 Febuarie 2018. Duidelik het sy bydraes baie bygedra tot die skep van rassistiese en diskriminerende wetgewing teenoor blanke burgers in Suid-Afrika.
Hy is alombekend in Suid-Afrika en bekende gesig in die nuus. Hy is ‘n bekende in sy familie en vriendekring. Hy is alombekend in die buiteland in verskeie aangeleenthede. Hy het bekendheid verwerf vir sy 1994 bydraes om die Kodesa (George Soros) tafel. Hy was betrokke by die 1994 Grondwet wat “demokraties” behoort te wees. Hy was betrokke by die implementering van swart bemagtiging teenoor blankes in Suid-Afrika. Hy was betrokke tydens verskeie pogings vir onafhanklikheid (selfbeskikking) vir die Afrikanervolk. Hy is bekend op verskillende terreine in die besigheidswêreld. Hy het ook gebruik gemaak van Gupta vliegtuie tydens besoeke aan die buiteland. Daar is verskeie konneksies van Cyril Ramaphosa wat van nader bekyk sal word ….
*Minister of Energy Jeff Radebe to sign off 27 Renewable Energy Projects.
Now wait for the following news ….
>Patrice Motsepe’s African Rainbow Energy & Power is also linked to billions worth of renewable energy projects and it happens that his sister is married to Cyril Ramaphosa.
>The new Minister of Energy Jeff Radebe who is also married to Patrice Motsepe’s sister speedily wants to sign off 27 Renewable Energy Projects that his brother in law and president will benefit from. Do you now see why they rejected nuclear power? It
MUCH MORE HISTORY ABOUT NUMBER ONE: B-BBEE (DISCRIMINATING LEGISLATIONS AGAINST WHITES IN SOUTH AFRICA – HE WAS PART OF THAT AS WELL)
Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa, a South African politician, businessman, activist, and trade union leader. He was born in Soweto, Johannesburg, on November 17, 1952. The business magnate studied law at the University of the North (Turfloop) in 1972 – that is in the Limpopo province. Ramaphosa has received various honorary doctorates from the University of Natal, the University of Port Elizabeth, the University of Cape Town, the University of the North, the National University of Lesotho, the University of Massachusetts Amherst and the University of Pennsylvania. Ramaphosa is currently married to Tshepo Motsepe, the sister of billionaire and mining magnate Patrice Motsepe.
He was elected general secretary of NUM (National Union of Mineworkers) in South Africa in 1982 was a major shareholder and a director at Lonmin. He became prominent in extra-parliamentary politics at thirties through his work in NUM and the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU). He was later elected secretary-general of the African National Congress (ANC) in 1991.
During the 1994 negotiations to democracy and the process of drafting a new Constitution for the country, Ramaphosa was a central and prominant person on the ANC table.
He later chaired the Black Economic Empowerment Commission, which helped establish South Africa’s broad-based empowerment policies – the ANC’s policies that are based and discrimination and racism against all whites in the country. (B-BBEE legislation)
Ramaphosa is the chairperson of the Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation (formerly Shanduka Foundation). Through its programmes, the Foundation has adopted over 600 schools and assisted almost 800 000 learners, provided comprehensive bursaries to over 100 university students, and provided incubation support to over 900 black-owned small businesses that have created 10,000 jobs.
He was involved and the joint non-executive chairman of Mondi plc, the non-executive chairman of MTN Group Limited and SASRIA Limited. Ramaphosa was also the Non-executive director of SAB Miller plc, Lonmin plc, Macsteel Global BV, Alexander Forbes Equity Holdings Limited and The Standard Bank Group Limited.