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Worst and best president in South Africa?

Who was the worst and best president in South Africa?.

In South Africa we had many presidents who have governed this country with pride and some were not people's favourites we would like to outline few things to you as to why some former South African presidents were not people's favourite.

Looking at the three presidents in South Africa

The current president has dealt with many issues such as the outbreak of the disease that has hampered his progress in many ways.

Cyril Ramaphosa started leading the country during 2018 and he was seen as a very good person to lead the country into prosperity.This was due to his high level of commitment in the growth of the country considering the fact that he is a very rich man.He relly knows what needs to be done to accumulate wealth.

What did president Ramaphosa do?

His intervention at state owned enterprise was a noticeable achievement as he was able to find turn around strategies on market development and strengthening of corporate governance structures and making sure that he stabilises finances.

https://www.sanews.gov.za/features/100-days-what-did-president-ramaphosa-do

Jacob Zuma turn as a president?

He was able to introduce a plan for long term for monitoring performance and evaluation and national planning commission which also produced a National development plan(NDP) vision till 2030.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.timeslive.co.za/amp/politics/what-did-zuma-do-the-presidency-explains/

Explaining the role that was done by Thabo Mbeki in South Africa

He participated in all structures that were leading to interim constitution for the new South Africa.He played a major role in making sure that he turn the international media against apartheid.

https://www.gov.za/about-government/contact-directory/thabo-mvuyelwa-mbeki-mr-0

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