[LISTEN] Stephen Grootes invites President Ramaphosa to 702's Walk the Talk

Stephen Grootes has sent an informal invitation to President Cyril Ramaphosa to join Gauteng residents in this year's 702 Walk the Talk.

On Tuesday, President Cyril Ramaphosa took a 5km walk from Gugulethu to Athlone, joined by residents.

READ: Ramaphosa's morning walks 'a stroke of PR genius', says sports marketer

The President has a few months to respond as 702's Walk the Talk 2018 takes place in July.

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Mr President may I invite you to join us on the Walk the Talk 2018, it will be on a Sunday in July. You can come with me and walk the 7km.

Stephen Grootes, drive time show host

Click on the link below to hear Stephen's invitation....


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