Pretoria - The leader of the of the official opposition party Mmusi Maimane has reiterated his willingness to work with newly inaugurated President Cyril Ramaphosa only if the latter puts the interests of the country first.
The Democratic Alliance leader was speaking after Ramaphosa's inauguration ceremony, which took place at Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria on Saturday.
The event drew thousands of citizens, African leaders, officials and guests, who came to witness the first inauguration to not take place at the Union Buildings.
The government has dubbed these proceedings as the "people's inauguration" and "#WeThePeople".
Ramaphosa's inauguration follows his election as the fifth democratic president in Parliament.