Well, here it is:
Like Zuma, Ramaphosa rose to prominence as a young man fighting the white minority apartheid regime in the 1970s and 1980s. He went on to become a union leader and one of the nation’s wealthiest black business executives.
Seems like I remember Marx having something to say about unions in the tiny little 3/4 page final chapter of his Manifesto.
The above was later followed by:
Just as Ramaphosa was sworn in, a manhunt appeared to be underway for one of Zuma’s sons, who has been embroiled in a fraud case involving a large dairy farm.
Funny how politicians and their families, especially those that are[n’t] all about the people, seem to do so well financially on such meager government salaries….