He settled on the decision during a virtual Heritage Day occasion on Friday, considering the difficulties confronting the country both monetarily and because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Ramaphosa said the July distress in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng had been a slowed down for the country's efforts to remake an economy assaulted by the lockdowns.
The distress and plundering caused demise and annihilation, constrained organizations to shut down, and left a lot more individuals jobless.
The President said these occasions left the country's aggregate solidarity shaken, adding that it was accordingly basic for residents "to consider the qualities and rules that characterize the country".
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He said overall residents of the nation regarded the constitution, regarded every other right, were bigoted of tribalism and bigotry, and revolted against sex-based brutality.
He called for solidarity with an end goal to defeat the pass-up of the pandemic and the agitation.
"Allow us to join to remake South Africa so we can have the option to recuperate as a country from the Covid-19 pandemic. Our solidarity in our variety is the most significant element of our general public," he said.
He said chose authorities were additionally expected to regard law and order and not take part in demonstrations of defilement. South Africans are harmony adoring individuals, the president said.
Ramaphosa said the greatest test was for the nation to beat the tradition of the past - and inconsistent economy where neediness and joblessness were serious issues.
Ramaphosa additionally recognized the effect that the Covid-19 pandemic on artistic expressions area.
Huge number of specialists have been left without a chance to perform due to severe lockdown limitations.
Various craftsmen have freely communicated their dissatisfactions on account of the limitations and have held showings in the beyond couple of months.
Ramaphosa said Covid-19 alleviation to human expressions area had helped more than 34 000 individuals.
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