Aug 22

Cyril Ramaphosa concedes that Indian, coloured and white citizens have been ignored after 1994

South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa, speaking at the United Democratic Front’s 40th-anniversary event, conceded that Indian, coloured and white citizens “feel excluded” in South Africa’s political life, saying the ANC was also to blame. News24 reports that Ramaphosa addressed the UDF’s anniversary celebrations at the Johannesburg City Hall on Sunday, where the event’s theme was about reigniting non-racialism and active citizenship to reclaim the supremacy of the country’s constitutional democracy, which speakers at the event warned was “in peril”.