Ramaphosa sworn in as South African President

National Government, SADC

Cyril Ramaphosa took oath of office in Pretoria Loftas Stadium on Saturday the 25th of may.

He was sworn in by the Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng, with the Inauguration Ceremony themed under renewal and growth for a better South Africa. He received roaring cheers from the crowd as he appeared on stage to recite his oath.

Ramaphosa swore to obey, observe, uphold and maintain the constitution and it’s laws. “I promise that I will always promote all that will advance the public” said the new South African President.

The Inauguration was held on a day renowned as Africa day, which is said to be a day of friendship and solidiration to every individual in the continent of Africa.

Ramaphosa spoke about the challenges faced by the republic of South Africa. “25 years of democracy have passed, in the passage of that time we still have South Africans that go to bed hungry, too many South Africans don’t work especially the youth” said the President.

He added by saying that the challenges are huge and rare and pledged before the thousands. “I stand now in front of everyone to say all the challenges faced by our nation are going to be solved” said Ramaphosa before going on to say “Munhu I munhu hi van’wani vanhu” which means that a person is what he is because of others.


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