Cyril Ramaphosa, Cometh the Hour, Cometh the Man
In light of the recent Moody’s downgrading of South Africa to junk status and with coronavirus placing the entire country in lockdown, could it get any worse for Cyril Ramaphosa? The answer is yes, much worse. Using highly accurate personalised data for President Cyril Ramaphosa, this research article reveals that 2020 and especially 2021, will take an enormous emotional toll on him. Will he shine through as a much-needed beacon and light during these devilishly dark hours? His most core personal numbers reveal there is a high probability that he will. Will it be easy? Absolutely not. Will the impact of coronavirus and the recent downgrading by Moody’s be extreme? Absolutely it will, far more extreme than we can even begin to imagine right now. Will this all end very quickly and will life soon return to normal? Unfortunately, not, there’s a long hard recovery road ahead for the people of South Africa! In earlier research done, using just the numbers of South Africa, we predicted a cataclysmic collapse, with very dark and difficult emotional times (the worst kind of emotional turmoil) starting in 2020 and worsening into 2021, and it has begun. That said, in the words of the great Napoleon Hill (international bestselling author of the highly acclaimed book Think and Grow Rich), every adversity brings with it the equivalent seed of opportunity. Right now, given the nation-wide lack of discipline and flagrant flouting of the current Emergency Laws of the Land, he is on a hiding to nothing. However, if Ramaphosa holds his nerve and keeps his mindset right long-term, then cometh the hour cometh the man, will most definitely apply and a hero he will be, but South Africans be warned, short-term there are many hard years ahead before things eventually turn around…
Could it Get any Worse for Cyril Ramaphosa: Cometh the Hour cometh the Man?
Cometh the hour cometh the man; it is an idiom often used to describe the phenomenon that, sometimes, when a hero is needed, one appears. By way of example, it is often used when discussing the impact that Winston Churchill had upon becoming Prime Minister during the WW11 crisis. As South Africa rapidly plunges ever deeper into an unfathomable socio-economic crisis created by the coronavirus, all South Africans need crystal clear, cool, calm and collected communication. The president seems to be doing exactly this, hence this research article into his most core numbers and what 2020 and the years beyond have in store for him (and therefore, by default, all South Africans under his leadership). In the dark and very uncertain hours will he be a beacon of sanity and light? Only time will tell, however given how his most precious numbers are put together, we believe there is a very high probability that history will reflect positively on him, and, in this heroic way: cometh the hour, cometh the man…
“The country is yearning to put behind us all these horrible things that have to do with corruption and state capture. The sooner these are all done, the better, because we want to move on; we want to move on to a better life.” Cyril Ramaphosa
Cometh the hour cometh the man: this phrase was uttered by the English bowler, Cliff Gladwin on the 20th December 1948 in Durban, South Africa, when, with 2 wickets standing and 12 runs required off the last three remaining overs, he came into bat. He scored the winning run from a leg-bye with the last ball of the match after the ball had struck him on the thigh. Afterwards, in the dressing room, he proudly showed all comers the bruise from which cricket’s most famous leg-bye was scored. “I told you, ‘cometh the hour, cometh the man’,” he chaffed Dudley Nourse the South African captain, afterwards. This was reported in the Durban papers and can also be found on page 104 of Arthur Goldman’s book, Try and Stump me! published in 1956 by Central News Agency Limited, South Africa. As to whether he created the phrase or had heard it before – that is anyone’s guess.
Could it Get any Worse for Cyril Ramaphosa: About the Man
Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa (born 17 November 1952) is a South African politician and the fifth and current President of South Africa. He succeeded Jacob Zuma. Previously an anti-apartheid activist, trade union leader and businessman, Ramaphosa served as the Deputy President of South Africa from 2014 to 2018. He was elected President of the African National Congress (ANC) at the ANC National Conference in December 2017. He is also the former Chairman of the National Planning Commission, which is responsible for strategic planning for the future of the country, with the goal of rallying South Africa “around a common set of objectives and priorities to drive development over the longer term”. Ramaphosa was elected president by the National Assembly to his first full term on May 22 following the ANC’s victory in the 2019 South African general election. In 2020, Ramaphosa began serving as Chairperson of the African Union.
“We want to clean up South Africa so that we can begin to make it more attractive to investors but at the same time to deal with the issues that are impeding growth.” Cyril Ramaphosa
He has been called a skillful negotiator and strategist who acted as the ANC’s Chief Negotiator during South Africa’s transition to democracy. Ramaphosa built up the biggest and most powerful trade union in the country – the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM). He played a crucial role, with Roelf Meyer of the National Party, during the negotiations to bring about a peaceful end to apartheid and steer the country towards its first fully democratic elections in April 1994. Ramaphosa was Nelson Mandela’s choice for future president. Ramaphosa is well known as a businessman, and his estimated net worth is over R6.4 billion ($450 million) as of 2018, with 31 properties and previously-held notable ownership in companies such as McDonald’s South Africa, chair of the board for MTN and member of the board for Lonmin.
Tuesday 31 March 2020: Coronavirus and South Africa
News 24, Tshidi Madia: South Africa’s coronavirus-related death toll has risen to three as President Cyril Ramaphosa continues to plead with the nation to take the deadly pandemic seriously. Ramaphosa sent his condolences to the families of those who had lost their loved ones to the global pandemic. He also announced an increase of confirmed positive cases from 1 280 to 1 326. Last Thursday, South Africa went into lockdown, banning travel in and out of the country and in between provinces, unless it was for essential goods and services. The sale of alcohol was banned, restaurants were closed and large gatherings were prohibited in a bid to stem the spread of the virus. On Monday night, Ramaphosa once again urged South Africans to stay at home, practice self-isolation and social distancing. While he thanked those who have adhered to the lockdown regulations, he called on those failing to do so to take it seriously. Ramaphosa admitted the government was learning things on the fly. “We are going through uncharted territory. We have never gone through such before. A number of mistakes will be made. We ask for our people’s understanding.” He added the government’s actions were with people’s best interest at heart.
“We are determined to build a society defined by decency and integrity that does not tolerate the plunder of public resources nor the theft by corporate criminals of the hard-earned savings of ordinary people.” Cyril Ramaphosa
Moody’s recent junk grading hasn’t helped matters much either
Fin 24, Sibongile Khumalo: President Cyril Ramaphosa has vowed that the country’s downgrade by Moody’s to junk status will not derail efforts to fight the coronavirus but warned that the development would have a negative impact on the ailing economy. In an address to the nation on Monday evening regarding the progress of the country’s 21-day national lockdown, Ramaphosa acknowledged the hit taken by business as a result of the unprecedented shutdown. On Friday (27th March 2020), Moody’s cut South Africa’s sovereign credit rating to sub-investment grade, joining other two global ratings agencies, Fitch and S&P, which have already downgraded the country. Being rated at sub-investment grade will “significantly increase the cost of borrowing” for the country, Ramaphosa said. However, he added: “This development will not diminish in any way our response to the coronavirus pandemic.” Moody’s lowered South Africa’s rating from Baa3 to Ba1 and kept the outlook negative. Ramaphosa reiterated that government was committed to implementing reforms, underlining their importance given the additional challenge presented by the virus. “Within the constraints of the current crisis, we remain committed to implementing structural economic reforms to address weak economic growth, constrained public finances and struggling state-owned enterprises,” said the president. Government has come up with measures to cushion Small and Medium Enterprises from the economic impact of the virus, which, among other things, include relief on debt repayments and assistance in meeting operational costs.
Given all the chaotic uncertainty what do Ramaphosa’s numbers reveal?
We’re going to fast-forward straight into the meat of the applied numerology research work we do. Below is a data table which reveals unique lines of annual experiential coding. This table belongs to South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa. It is constructed using a complex predictive numerology model (see Futurist Numerology, wholly unique to 365 Pin Code) which uses many critically important numbers sourced directly from Ramaphosa’s Date of Birth, Full Birth Name and other data sources. The model delivers lines of code (what we call Annual Experience Numbers; AENs) which as per our exhaustive Numerology Research have been proven to be bulls-eye accurate (Springbok RWC 2019 case study, case in point; Rassie Erasmus’s 2019 numbers were always golden!).
365 Pin Code Chart of Annual Experience Numbers (AENs) for President Cyril Ramaphosa
So, what does this chart reveal?
Note how in his line of code for 2020, on the right side (red arrow pointing) there is a red block connecting two sixes? This is Ramaphosa’s professional /career emotional coding. In numerology the number 6 deals with home, responsibility, relationships, community, matters of the heart, helping others etc. 6 as it is, is an emotional number. Having built and analysed literally thousands of charts we know when we see a duality convergence like this, that it represents an extreme experience. So, Ramaphosa’s 365 Pin Code Numerology chart shows that 2020 is coded to be an extreme emotional experience for him, career wise, with specific emphasis on community, relationships and responsibility. Is this not exactly what he is facing right now? It most definitely is!
The full impact of 2020 is felt by him in 2021
If you now look at his line of code for 2021, you will note how his Double 6 of 2020 (right hand side, professional emotional) shifts (follow the black arrow) to the extreme left in 2021. This reveals how the professional emotional impact of 2020 transmutes into an extreme personal physical impact just one year later. There is no more extreme experience than personal physical. So, from this 2020-2021 shift we can deduce that what President Ramaphosa has to ensure this year  will be extreme beyond words. We can therefore also deduce that if this holds true for him, it too will hold true for us.
“We should draw deep into Madiba’s wisdom. We should draw deep into Madiba’s style of doing things in an orderly manner, in a purposeful manner, in a way where we focus.” Cyril Ramaphosa
2022 sees a year of much extreme change for Ramaphosa with karmic 14//5 numerology sequence in play (the number 5 always links with change, personal freedom etc.) and 2023 (driven by numerology sequence 17//8) will be a year which impacts on him again in the most personal way (Cyril Ramaphosa was born on the 17th, can you now see the numerology synchronicity of 2023 at personal level?). 2024 and 2025 bring karmic debt number sequence 19//1 into play which is always a most sobering time. Why? Because this specific numerology sequence calls for innovative leadership (lest we forget, the primary role of a leader after all, is to serve others!) and presents a time when under no circumstances is the person experiencing karmic debt 19//1, to even contemplate, let alone act upon, enriching themselves (me; the 1 of 19) at the expense of others (we; the 9 of 19).
Much of our research in to karmic 19//1 has also revealed that where a person has cynically enriched themselves at the expense of others, this can also be payback time. Years when they have to make good on their past ills, and, they may even lose much in the process in order to once again level the karmic playing field if you will. Proves what an incredibly just universal system we live in, that in fact we don’t ever get away with anything, and, that as you sow, so shall you reap. Much to contemplate on here right now, given how greed and military and economic prowess has overtaken sound family values and torn huge gaping suppurating holes in the human fabric of today’s society.
“The ANC must ensure that South Africa does not become a mafia state because once you reach that state, all the wheels have come off.” Cyril Ramaphosa
Conclusion: Could it Get any Worse for Cyril Ramaphosa
President Cyril Ramaphosa has many dark and difficult years ahead of him; and given the question posed, could it get any worse for Cyril Ramaphosa, the answer is yes, sadly things are going to get much worse for him. Why? As stated in the beginning of this article (Executive Summary), because most South Africans simply refuse to listen or take this coronavirus situation as seriously as warranted. Hence, he is on a hiding to nothing. Soon things will spiral completely out of control. Much will be destroyed, and, much will have to be rebuilt – by those few who have the mental fortitude to see opportunity within all the chaos. The world of South Africa as it is known now will be vastly different in a very short space of time.
Our many years of research have also shown that September (the 9th month of the year; 9 = Endings) always carries exactly the same number as the personal year number. This is what we at 365 Pin Code call an Annual Convergence Factor and that’s why September always seems to be “the month” which brings the zenith-like experience / maxed out event of the year. South Africa was “born” on the 31st of May 1961. Therefore, 2020 is a Number 4 personal year for South Africa. We know this because 31st (4) + May (5) + 2020 (4) = 4+5+4 = 13 = 1+3 = 4. So, Sep 2020 for South Africa brings a 4//4 Annual Convergence Factor in to play and the number 4 always links with law and order, justice etc. Truth be told, it’s the hardest and most ruthless and relentless of all the numerology numbers. Number 4 takes no prisoners whatsoever! Given this, and using what we know about numbers, September 2020 is most likely the month when things will completely explode for Ramaphosa and his government, coronavirus wise! That’s when things would most likely go from beyond awful to totally inconceivable.
If Ramaphosa leads the country well, much will be achieved through these years of extreme adversity. Does the African savanna not flush a beautiful vibrant green after the most extremely destructive veld fire? However, if he fails to do, so the consequences will be devastating with anarchy creating, power-hungry rivals like Julius Malema, lurking in the shadows, always ready to strike. Be strong President Ramaphosa, be true to your Born Number 17//8 (wealth, power, authority, organising on a grand scale, boldly leading others etc.). Your country needs you more than ever, and right now is without doubt, the most opportunistic landscape ever for you to bravely live the idiom cometh the hour cometh the man!