Ramaphosa made Ivory Coast traditional chief (iol.co.za) Cape Town – President Cyril Ramaphosa has been honoured with the reputation of a conventional chief in Ivory Coast. He turned into given a symbolic key to the autonomous district of Abidjan and robed in Ivorian conventional garments with the aid of neighborhood leaders at some stage in the ceremony on Thursday.
Government may announce more stringent lockdown measures in the next coming days to curb a resurgence of coronavirus and the spread of a new variant, people familiar with the matter said. The National Coronavirus Command Council met on Saturday to discuss possible measures, while weighing the impact any move will have on the economy, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the talks aren't public.
Jeff Radebe heads Ramaphosa’s SADC team to engage King Mswati III over violent crackdown on eSwatini protests . Thicomes after an Acting Presidency spokesperson Tyrone Seale said Ramaphosa had expressed appreciation for King Mswati III’s availability to receive the SADC delegation comprising of former South African Cabinet minister Jeffrey Radebe; South Africa’s Deputy Minister of International Relations Candith Mashego-Dlamini.
On Wednesday(17 November 2021), President Cyril Ramaphosa turns 69 years old. "The president will celebrate his birthday with his family after a day at work," acting presidential spokesperson Tyrone Seale told news reporters. UDM leader Bantu Holomisa wished Ramaphosa well, saying, "He is still a youngster with his entire life ahead of him."
SA president Cyril Ramaphosa will turn 69 on Wednesday, November 17, 2021. "After a day at work, the president will spend his birthday with his family," acting presidential spokesperson Tyrone Seale told news reporters. "He is still a child with his future life ahead of him," UDM leader Bantu Holomisa said of Ramaphosa.
As a gesture of respect for late former president FW de Klerk, President Cyril Ramaphosa has ordered that the national flag be flown at half-mast from Wednesday, the presidency said on Tuesday. After a protracted illness, De Klerk died on November 11th. He was 85 years old at the time.
photo: Facebook President Cyril Ramaphosa celebrates his 69th birthday on Wednesday. Acting presidency spokesperson Tyrone Seale reported to TimesLIVE: "The president will celebrate his birthday with his family at the end of a day at work." Wishing Ramaphosa nicely, UDM leader Bantu Holomisa said: "He is still a boy and has his whole life ahead of him.
As President Ramaphosa is a security chairman, let him speak to King Mswati about what is best for the people of Swaziland. This comes after Ramaphosa to meet and discuss with King Mswati III amid political crisis , president Ramaphosa will undertake today. As Swaziland faces uncontrolled protests, they say the situation is surpassing the lives of people a day since president Ramaphosa is a chairman of the SADC he must and Swaziland is a neighbouring country they must negotiate with Inkosi Mswati and how to manage the situation.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has declared a four-day mourning period for FW de Klerk and yet he has said nothing about the news of 7 women who were killed by a Zimbabwean illegal immigrant. President Cyril Ramaphosa has declared a mourning period in honour of the late state president FW de Klerk, who also became deputy president in 1994.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has pronounced the public banner be flown at half-pole from Wednesday as a characteristic of regard for late previous president FW de Klerk, the administration said on Tuesday. De Klerk passed on November 11 after a lung disease. He was 85. Ramaphosa's office said: "The FW de Klerk Foundation has declared the incineration and memorial service of Mr. De Klerk will occur in a private function for relatives on November 21."
President Cyril Ramaphosa commends his 69th birthday celebration on Wednesday. Acting administration representative Tyrone Seale told TimesLIVE: "The president will commend his birthday with his family toward the finish of a day at work." Notice Hoping everything turns out great for Ramaphosa, UDM pioneer Bantu Holomisa said: "He is as yet a kid and has a long and promising life to look forward to.
Today the South African president Cyril Ramaphosa is turning 69 Years, the president was born in 1952 on the 17th of November. “He is still a boy and has his whole life ahead of him. He must take it easy. We understand he is batting on a wicket which is full of contradictions, but he must hang in there, especially since South Africans have been embarrassed by the people who yesterday were struggle heroes but today are being employed in corrupt practices.” said UDM leader Bantu Holomisa wishing the president well.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced nearby government political race casting a ballot day a public occasion and encouraged bosses to allow staff to cast a ballot. It's true, the nearby government political race casting a ballot day will be a public occasion as we had all expected.
President Cyril Ramaphosa commends his 69th birthday celebration on Wednesday. Acting administration representative Tyrone Seale told TimesLIVE: "The president will commend his birthday with his family toward the finish of a day at work." Commercial Hoping everything works out for Ramaphosa, UDM pioneer Bantu Holomisa said: "He is as yet a kid and has a long and promising life to look forward to.
Cyril Ramaphosa has declared that the National Flag be flown at half-mast from sunset Wednesday until Sunday evening as a mark of respect for the late former Deputy President FW de Klerk. FW De Klerk passed away at the age of 85 on Thursday last week after an extended illness.The FW de Klerk Foundation has announced that the cremation and funeral of De Klerk will take place in a private ceremony for family members on Sunday.The Presidency says the government will at a future date host a State Memorial Service in remembrance of the former Deputy President.
President Cyril Ramaphosa, as the seat of SADC, has sent a unique agent group to address Ruler Mswati III when they contact down in Eswatini on Thursday evening. Acting Administration representative Tyrone Seale said Ramaphosa had communicated appreciation for Lord Mswati III's accessibility to get the SADC designation involving previous South African Bureau serve Jeffrey Radebe; South Africa's Delegate Priest of Global Relations Candith Mashego-Dlamini; an agent of Botswana, which is the previous seat of the organ; an agent of Namibia which is the approaching seat of the organ; Ramaphosa's unique counsel on worldwide relations Maropene Ramokgopa.
President Cyril Ramaphosa may announce more stringent lockdown measures in coming days to curb a resurgence of coronavirus infections and the spread of a new variant, people familiar with the matter said. The national command council met on Saturday to discuss possible measures, while weighing the impact any moves will have on the economy, said the people who asked not to be identified because the talks aren't public.
JOHANNESBURG - President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday designated another board for the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA). The seven board individuals were chosen from a rundown of 17 names suggested by the National Assembly. Ramaphosa assigned Asanda Luwaca as the primary female administrator of the board in accordance with the president's obligation to propel ladies authority at all levels.
JOHANNESBURG - President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday assigned one more board for the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA). The seven board people were browsed a once-over of 17 names recommended by the National Assembly. Ramaphosa doled out Asanda Luwaca as the essential female manager of the board as per the president's commitment to impel women authority at all levels.
Pretoria - President Cyril Ramaphosa was on Tuesday planned to get letters of confidence from envoys and high officials assign who have been selected by their legislatures to serve in conciliatory missions situated in South Africa. Acting Presidency representative Tyrone Seale said the qualifications function on Tuesday would be held at the Sefako Makgatho Presidential Guesthouse in Pretoria where Ramaphosa would get the letters from designated heads of mission from 15 nations.