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President Ramaphosa follows in Madiba's footsteps as he is given an honorary doctorate.

I have never been a president, but I am sure that it is one of the toughest jobs one can ever have, imagine having to make decisions on behalf of everyone in the country.

President Ramaphosa is no different he becomes a president at a time of covid and most people are not happy with the decisions that he makes but at the end of the day, he wants what is best for everyone.


He had been away visiting African countries like Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast, and Senegal to talk about how West African countries can work together to build a better continent.

It looks like Senegal appreciate him, and he received an honorary doctorate just like the late former president Mr. Nelson Mandela.

Ramaphosa added by saying that South Africans are not Xenophobic, but they are loving and welcoming to everyone, this is Good news for our president and South Africa.

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