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Cyril Ramaphosa love for his wife is genuine, see what he does for her. Photos

When two individuals are in love, whatever they say is true. Nothing can ultimately prevent them from achieving their goals and being happy. Nothing is more important in a relationship than the sincerity of two people's emotions for one another than their financial status. Some people are concerned about a couple's age, but for those who are truly in love, this is irrelevant.


Despite their age difference of only one year, they had fallen in love with each other. The gap between South African President Jacob Zuma and his lovely wife Tshepo Motsepe is only one year.


Cyril Ramaphosa was born on November 17, 1952, which will make him seventeen years old when he assumes the presidency in 2022. By 2022, she will be 69 years old at her birthplace, where she was born on June 17, 1953. In the 1980s, they married and had a kid before separating. The situation has changed since the death of Nomazizi Mhlotshisa, the ex-wife of the president. The relationship between Tshepo Motsepe and Cyril Ramaphosa has restarted.


They tied the knot in 1996 in a typical white wedding ceremony and have been blissfully married for the past two decades.


Cyril Ramaphosa is still madly in love with his wife, despite their advanced age. President Cyril Ramaphosa keeps a firm grip on his wife's hand whenever they're together, even when they're not together for official business such as parliamentary meetings, due to their intense devotion to one another and because he won't leave her alone at any of his official events, such as presidential appearances. Clearly, the two objectives can be viewed as a single set of objectives.


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