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Here’s What To Expect From President Ramaphosa’s Speech

Here’s What To Expect From President Ramaphosa’s Speech

On Sunday, June 27th, at 8 p.m., President Cyril Ramaphosa will deliver a speech to the country.

Tomorrow, the NCCC will meet again to discuss the NATJOINTS Report.

The Presidential Coordinating Council, which includes premiers, executive mayors, and conventional leadership members, comes next. The President will address after a special Cabinet meeting.

Heidi Giokos, an eNCA journalist, announced the address on her Twitter page.

South Africans might anticipate President Cyril Ramaphosa to tighten the restrictions on Covid-19 and address the vaccine's lack of popularity.

People in Gauteng, in particular, are already anticipating him to impose harsher lockdown restrictions.

“He must know that whatever lockdown is enforced would face resistance,” said @AfriOptimist in response to the tweet. They had completely failed to plan for this. They can't possibly expect us to be obedient. “Never, ever shem.”

Some speculate that he wants to speak about the EFF march that took place the day before.

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