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Ramaphosa: South Africans don’t commit crime

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Indeed, we're not very certain with regards to this one. Also, we question you'll be as well on the off chance that you've managed at any point ever with something reasonable of wrongdoing. 

While conveying his legacy day message to the country, President Cyril Ramaphosa made some somewhat eyebrow-raising remarks. One of the champions? That we South African's aren't that enthusiastic about carrying out the wrongdoing. 

Ramaphosa's Heritage Day message: South Africans reject wrongdoing and defilement 

To begin with, he commended our variety as a country. Then, at that point, the president proceeded to pose a vital inquiry. In the fallout of the brutality, plundering, and distress seen in KZN and Gauteng in July: Who are we truly as individuals? 

Also, According to the convenor of all our Family Meetings, notwithstanding our issues and rather stunning wrongdoing details, we're quite extraordinary individuals. 

Possibly somewhat more noteworthy than we are? 

Ramaphosa on Heritage Day: Unity in our variety 

However, be that as it may, it wasn't all head-scratching minutes from Ramaphosa. 

The president set aside the effort to commend a significant achievement with the distribution of the very first Afrikaans word reference. 

Afrikaans as a language is inseparable from Cape Town. Furthermore, draws on the dialects of the Khoi and San, Dutch, Portuguese, English, and Arabic. 

Ramaphosa says that the noteworthy word reference won't just add to our legacy, but at the same time is a guide of pride for the numerous occupants of Cape Town who speak Afrikaans. 

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You can look at Ramaphosa and the remainder of the Government's Heritage Day festivity occasion beneath.Ramaphosa: South Africans don’t commit crime (

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