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Ramaphosa confronted with talks on mandatory jabs as he returns to SA

Cyril <a class=Ramaphosa wearing a suit and tie: President Cyril Ramaphosa addressing the nation on 11 July 2021."/>JOHANNESBURG - President Cyril Ramaphosa is anticipated to be confronted with contentious discussions around COVID-19 and mandatory vaccines whilst he returns from his West African excursion.

It’s understood that he landed in the early hours of Wednesday morning and is set to "walk instantly right into a Cabinet meeting".

He left the country just as the brand new Omicron COVID-19 variation infections spiked and a couple of international locations slapped journey bans on South Africa.

The fitness branch's appearing director wellknown Nicholas Crisp stated the president could want to get feedback from the assignment crew installation to observe making vaccinations obligatory.

“At the closing coronavirus command council, the president said he would like to get feedback in approximately a week. And he’s been in another country for most of that point, so we count on that he goes to need that feedback.”

Before any selection can be taken or introduced to the general public, the president still has to satisfy with a number of humans to weigh up the alternatives.

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