President Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa rocking in Mandela like T-shirts.
President of the republic of South Africa and African National Congress Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa has been known to be the guy who wears suits mostly when he is attending work events including addressing the public.
This was different to what the former president and first black president of the republic of South Africa, Ntate Nelson Mandela used to wear in official meetings.
Nelson Mandela used to rock on printed and specially designed T-shirts. For the past two public addresses, the current president of the republic of South Africa, president Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa is rocking on those Nelson Mandela Like T-shirts.
This T-shirts are regarded as lucky T-shirts and carried some respect because of who used to wear them before they became popular.
Yesterday President Cyril Ramaphosa was addressing the public wearing the same kind of T-shirt has announced the country will move to adjusted Level 1 lockdown, starting at midnight. He said the government would also be implementing a vaccine certificate.
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