JOHANNESBURG - President Cyril Ramaphosa has vowed to work harder for a better South Africa.
Speaking in Parliament, Ramaphosa said the government will continue the fight against corruption and state capture.
He is calling for unity in addressing challenges.
"Let us agree that we will work together to build a new transformed and sustainable economy and that we will never surrender to state capture, corruption, mismanagement and complacency or despair," says Ramaphosa.
Ramaphosa also labelled critics of the COVID-19 rollout plans as 'Doubting Thomases.' He says he is confident it will go smoothly.
"They have been saying, are we going to be able to distribute and administer these vaccines because they only look at the negative side of our balance sheet," says Ramaphosa.
He called on South African to pause for a moment and look at the country's capabilities.
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