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President #Ramaphosa : At this time, more than any other, we are reminded of the words of Madiba, when he said: “It is now in your hands.” May God bless South Africa and protect its people. I thank you.
President #Ramaphosa : The burden of the lockdown has been most severe for those least able to bear it. Now it is time for most of us to return to work and to resume parts of our lives that have been on hold since the lockdown began.
President #Ramaphosa : In fact, the risk of a massive increase in infections is now greater than it has been since the start of the outbreak in our country. Now is the time when we must intensify our efforts and deepen our cooperation.
President #Ramaphosa : Now, we look once again to you, to your actions and to your sense of responsibility. We look to you to uphold the sanctity of life and the dignity of all people. We look to you to protect the weakest and most vulnerable among us.
President #Ramaphosa : In meeting this grave challenge, we will move ahead as one people, united in action, and determined that we will surely overcome.
From The Desk of the President - Monday, 25 May 2020 - . Today marks 57 years since the leaders of 32 independent African nations met in Addis Ababa to establish the Organisation of African Unity (OAU), the precursor to the African Union.
#COVID19 | President@DPRamaphosa will address the nation this evening, Thursday 23 April 2020, at 20h30, on measures the country continues to undertake to contain the spread of the #coronavirus #Day28ofLockdown
The Presidency has declined the request of the Gauteng Liquor Forum for its members to sell alcohol during the declared national state of disaster. The restriction on the sale of liquor will remain.