President should concentrate on pleasing public: analyst

President Cyril Ramaphosa's job as president has long been reported to be under threat.

JOHANNESBURG - President Cyril Ramaphosa's job as president has long been reported to be under threat.

Numerous media reports emerged about the ANC's alleged plot to oust Ramaphosa, claims the party has denied.

One political analyst says even if the allegations are true, the alleged plan is unlikely to succeed.

READ: Ramaphosa: SA not a dysfunctional state

Professor Mcebisi Ndletyana argues Ramaphosa needs to work on pleasing the public.

Ndletyana said the president may be too occupied on keeping members of his own party happy.

"Reassuring the ANC that he won't veer off ANC resolutions, he has not been tough enough, for instance, on issues of corruption. We don't see him pushing enough for those who are implicated or rather, alleged to be corrupt, for them to be prosecuted," he said. 

Ndletyana also mentioned the employment crisis as a pressing issue.

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eNCA

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