Days in office 840 Elected on February 15, 2018
Took office on February 15, 2018
Not started 15 of 63 24%
In progress 42 of 63 67%
Achieved 5 of 63 8%
Broken 1 of 63 2%

On February 15 2018, Cyril Ramaphosa was sworn in as the new President of the Republic of South Africa.

The RamaphosaMeter is a non-partisan collaborative citizen initiative that tracks his performance with regards to promises he makes.

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In progress CORRUPTION The commission of inquiry into state capture, is expected to commence its work shortly Start the discussion!
In progress CORRUPTION This is the year in which we will turn the tide of corruption in our public institutions. Start the discussion!
Achieved EFFICIENT GOVERNMENT Appoint a Presidential Economic Advisory Council Start the discussion!
In progress EFFICIENT GOVERNMENT Initiate a process to review the configuration, number and size of national government departments. Start the discussion!
In progress EFFICIENT GOVERNMENT To put together review panel of SA's intelligence services Start the discussion!
In progress JUSTICE We will urgently attend to the leadership issues at the National Prosecuting Authority to ensure that this critical institution is stabilized and able to perform its mandate unhindered. Start the discussion!
Achieved SARS I will shortly appoint a Commission of Inquiry into Tax Administration and Governance of SARS, to ensure that we restore the credibility of the Service and strengthen its capacity to meet its revenue targets. Start the discussion!
In progress SARS We will also take steps to stabilize and strengthen vital institutions like the South African Revenue Service. Start the discussion!
In progress SERVICE DELIVERY During the course of the next few months, I will visit every national department to engage with the senior leadership to ensure that the work of government is effectively aligned. Start the discussion!
In progress SERVICE DELIVERY I will also find time to meet with provincial and local government leaders to ensure that the state, in its entirety, responds to the pressing needs of our people. Start the discussion!
In progress SERVICE DELIVERY We want our public servants to adhere to the principle of Batho Pele, of putting our people first. We want to instill a new discipline, to do things correctly, to do them completely and to do them timeously. Start the discussion!
In progress STATE OWNED ENTERPRISES Stabilize and Revitalize Denel Start the discussion!
In progress STATE OWNED ENTERPRISES Stabilize and Revitalize ESKOM Start the discussion!
In progress STATE OWNED ENTERPRISES Stabilize and Revitalize Prasa Start the discussion!
In progress STATE OWNED ENTERPRISES Stabilize and Revitalize SAA Start the discussion!
In progress STATE OWNED ENTERPRISES Stabilize and Revitalize Transnet Start the discussion!
In progress STATE OWNED ENTERPRISES We will intervene decisively to stabilize and revitalize state owned enterprises. Start the discussion!
In progress AGRICULTURE We make a special call to financial institutions to be our partners in mobilising resources to accelerate the land redistribution programme as increased investment will be needed in this sector. Start the discussion!
In progress AGRICULTURE We will accelerate expropriation of land without compensation. Start the discussion!
In progress EMPLOYMENT CREATION Convene a Jobs Summit within the next few months. Start the discussion!
Not started INFRASTRUCTURE Assemble a team to speed up implementation of new projects, particularly water projects, health facilities and road maintenance. Start the discussion!
In progress INFRASTRUCTURE To improve project preparation, execution and delivery government has established a Budget Facility for Infrastructure, to standardize and improve the management of public infrastructure projects. Start the discussion!
In progress INFRASTRUCTURE To support higher levels of capital investment and maintenance, the state needs to contain the public-service wage bill. Start the discussion!
Achieved MINIMUM WAGE On the 1st of May this year, we will introduce the first national minimum wage in South Africa. Start the discussion!
In progress SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY The Competition Commission’s market inquiry to investigate data prices will be completed by the end of August 2018. Start the discussion!
In progress SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY We will finalize our engagements with the telecommunications industry and other stakeholders to ensure that the allocation of spectrum reduces barriers to entry, promotes competition and reduces the cost to consumers. Start the discussion!
In progress SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY We will soon establish a Digital Industrial Revolution Commission. Start the discussion!
Not started TOURISM Take further measures to reduce regulatory barriers and develop emerging tourism businesses. Start the discussion!
In progress TOURISM We will enhance support for destination marketing in key tourism markets. Start the discussion!
Achieved TRADE Negotiations towards the Continental Free Trade Agreement are progressing at a brisk pace, and it is expected that the framework agreement could be concluded soon. Start the discussion!
In progress TRADE South Africa has acceded to the Tripartite Free Trade Area agreement, which brings together SADC, COMESA and the East African Community. Start the discussion!
In progress TRADE South Africa will this year take over the chair of the BRICS group of countries, and will give priority to the promotion of value-added trade and intra-BRICS investment into productive sectors. Start the discussion!
Not started INVESTMENT Establish new industrial hubs. Start the discussion!
Not started INVESTMENT Forge ahead with the localization programme. Start the discussion!
Not started INVESTMENT Industrialization will be underpinned by radical economic transformation - Promote preferential procurement and the black industrialists programme. Start the discussion!
In progress INVESTMENT Organize an Investment Conference in the next three months Start the discussion!
In progress INVESTMENT Promote greater investment in key manufacturing sectors through the strategic use of incentives and other measures. Start the discussion!
In progress INVESTMENT Use Special economic zones to attract strategic foreign and domestic direct investment. Start the discussion!
In progress MINING MPRDA Amendment Bill will reasonably be finalized during the first quarter of 2018. Start the discussion!
In progress MINING To resolve the current impasse and agree on a Mining Charter that both accelerates transformation and grows the sector. Start the discussion!
In progress SMALL BUSINESSES Government is finalizing a small business and innovation fund targeted at start-ups. Start the discussion!
In progress SMALL BUSINESSES Government will honour its undertaking to set aside at least 30 percent of public procurement to SMMEs, cooperatives and township and rural enterprises. Start the discussion!
In progress SMALL BUSINESSES We are also working to expand economic opportunities for people with disabilities. Start the discussion!
In progress SMALL BUSINESSES We will continue to invest in small business incubation. Start the discussion!
Not started SMALL BUSINESSES We will reduce the regulatory barriers for small businesses Start the discussion!
Not started SMALL BUSINESSES With our social partners we will build a small business support ecosystem that assists, nourishes and promotes entrepreneurs. Start the discussion!
In progress CRIME & SAFETY A key focus this year will be the distribution of resources to police station level. Start the discussion!
In progress CRIME & SAFETY During the course of this year, the Community Policing Strategy will be implemented, with the aim of gaining the trust of the community and to secure their full involvement in the fight against crime. Start the discussion!
Not started CRIME & SAFETY We will convene a Social Sector Summit during the course of this year. Start the discussion!
Not started EDUCATION Also significant is the implementation of the first National Senior Certificate examination on South African Sign Language, which will be offered to deaf learners at the end of 2018. Start the discussion!
Not started EDUCATION In an historic first, from the beginning of this year, all public schools have begun offering an African language. Start the discussion!
In progress EDUCATION Starting this year, free higher education and training will be available to first year students from households with a gross combined annual income of up to R350,000. Start the discussion!
Broken EDUCATION The Accelerated Schools Infrastructure Delivery Initiative programme will complete all outstanding projects by the end of the next financial year. Start the discussion!
Not started EDUCATION The Funza Lushaka Bursary programme plans to award 39,500 bursaries for Initial Teacher Education over the next three years. Start the discussion!
In progress SOCIAL GRANTS We will finalise work on a permanent public sector-led hybrid model, which will allow a set of public and private sector service providers to offer beneficiaries maximum choice, access and convenience. Start the discussion!
In progress SOCIAL GRANTS We will urgently take decisive steps to comply with the all directions of the Constitutional Court. Start the discussion!
Not started YOUTH Establish a Youth Working Group representative of all young South Africans to ensure that our policies and programmes advance their interests. Start the discussion!
Achieved YOUTH Launch the Youth Employment Service initiative, which will place unemployed youth in paid internships in companies across the economy. Start the discussion!
Not started HEALTH CARE By scaling up our testing and treating campaign, we will initiate an additional two million people on antiretroviral treatment by December 2020. Start the discussion!
Not started HEALTH CARE Certain NHI projects targeting the most vulnerable people in society will commence in April this year. Start the discussion!
Not started HEALTH CARE In the next three months we will launch a huge cancer campaign similar to the HIV counselling and testing campaign. Start the discussion!
In progress HEALTH CARE The time has now arrived to finally implement universal health coverage through the National Health Insurance. Start the discussion!
In progress HEALTH CARE We will also need to confront lifestyles diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, cancers and cardiovascular diseases. Start the discussion!