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"How many Euros did you get on this Trip?", Duduzile Zuma question the President

Duduzile Zuma, the little girl of previous President Jacob Zuma, has reprimanded President Cyril Ramaphosa. Ramaphosa is as of now in Germany, and Duduzile wishes to know the amount he will procure on this outing. It is close to 100% sure that the Phalaphala undertaking will torment Ramaphosa for quite a while, perhaps even until the end of time. Presently, anything Ramaphosa wills be related with the money purportedly found on his homestead.

At the G7 highest point in Germany, President Cyril Ramaphosa met with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The meeting fixated on British help for South Africa's Energy Just Transition system. "Our conversation fixated on the British help for South Africa's Energy Just Transition technique, as well as possible in Green Hydrogen and Fuel Cells. We likewise examined our obligation to a quick goal of the Russia-Ukraine struggle and the extension of respective exchange ties "Ramaphosa proclaimed.

We were regarded to be approached to take part in the current year's G7 Leaders' Summit, which was overwhelmed by conversations over COVID-19, environmental change, and the emergency among Russia and Ukraine.

On this outing, Ramaphosa confronted huge analysis, especially for his gathering with Boris. "How might you give an account of our energy plans to Boris? Is Britain meeting its goals? Do they impart their arrangements to us? Try not to disgrace us in that frame of mind by going there. Futile gathering. Get back and answer Mkhwebane's inquiries ", EFF's Fana Mokoena likewise went after Ramaphosa. Mokoena claims that at whatever point Ramaphosa meets white individuals, we should be worried about the amount he will sell us out.

Some even cautioned Boris, "Cyril might take British pounds and cover them under the sleeping cushion on his PhalaPhalaFarm; he banks under the bedding." Let's not fail to remember that Ramaphosa is as yet the head of state and merits the country's regard!


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