SOME people get upset with those of us who seem impatient with President Cyril Ramaphosa, urging us to keep quiet, sit back, be grateful, and let him do what he must.

Their stance is understandable, of course, and, like them, many of us share the exuberance that followed the removal of former president Jacob Zuma, albeit with a healthy dose of caution.

Once bitten, twice shy. But it is unreasonable for those who urge us to sit back to expect us to let our guard down completely, simply because Zuma is no longer president. …more