WATCH: Mokonyane reports back after cabinet meeting

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The leaders of opposition parties in Parliament will brief the media on Monday afternoon following a meeting held to discuss pressing issues of national importance.

The leaders of opposition parties in Parliament will brief the media on Monday afternoon following a meeting held to discuss pressing issues of national importance.

WEB_PHOTO_OPPOSITION_PARTIES_BRIEFING_RECORDED.jpg

The leaders of opposition parties in Parliament will brief the media on Monday afternoon following a meeting held to discuss pressing issues of national importance.

The leaders of opposition parties in Parliament will brief the media on Monday afternoon following a meeting held to discuss pressing issues of national importance.

 

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CAPE TOWN - Cabinet has held its first meeting following a reshuffle.

New Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane will brief the media on the meeting&39;s outcomes.

President Cyril Ramaphosa fired 10 ministers and brought back Nhlanhla Nene and Bheki Cele to the finance and police portfolios respectively.

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But the reaction to Monday&39;s cabinet reshuffle has been mixed.

Some analysts say it’s a reflection of the pressure he’s under to maintain a united governing party.

Ramaphosa says his cabinet is a strong one and not a compromise.