South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has started a process to assess whether his Cabinet ministers are delivering on the targets set in their performance agreements signed in December 2020. While the presidency’s spokesperson Tyrone Seale said on Friday that performance evaluations were “ongoing”, City Press reports that Ramaphosa’s advisers are preparing a communique behind the scenes that would be sent to all the ministers, instructing them to provide detailed accounts for their time in office to date. The outcome of the looming report-back process could trigger another Cabinet reshuffle, which has also been necessitated by the departure of former public service and administration minister Ayanda Dlodlo as she takes up a post at the World Bank in the US.
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