PRETORIA-- President Cyril Ramaphosa says South Africa needs policies that are attractive to investors to grow the economy.
He added that although the country is still in junk status, government is doing everything in its power to boost the economy.
Speaking exclusively to the SABC on his first 100 days serving as President, Ramaphosa also acknowledged that although the country faces many challenges there are positive change.
The President says one of the major things that the country should consider is making the Rand stronger. He also added that corruption has painted South Africa negatively.
Ramaphosa was inaugurated on Jan 15 following his election as ANC president during the party's elective conference in December last year.
He took over from former president Jacob Zuma who was under severe pressure to resign from opposition parties and civil society for violating the Constitution.
There are investigations on State Capture, he said, emphasising that a commission has already been established to investigate the matter.
He called on South Africans to put trust on the government on how to handle the State Capture.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK