South Africans live in exceptional times. While the country – and world – have been obsessed with the Oscar Pistorius case, a new political party has been launched, President Zuma delivered the most important political speech of the year, Trevor Manuel has kick-started the National Development Plan and Pravin Gordhan is set to make important announcements in the Budget which will affect both the domestic economy and political scene.
South African politics is changing. Economic pressures are mounting. Citizens are under financial pressure. And government is reacting. These four key features of the country in the first quarter of 2013 will set the scene for a dramatic, tempestuous and exciting period in advance of the 2014 General Election. The new Agang political movement announced by Mamphele Ramphele together with the elevation of Cyril Ramaphosa adds to the intriguing mix as does the state of government coffers and implementing plans to create a more efficient public service.
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