[WATCH] President Ramaphosa caught a train to Pretoria...and it was very late!
President Cyril Ramaposa took a train from Soshanguve to Pretoria as part of the ANC's election campaign. And it appears the train was very late...
According to the ANC, the President arrived at 6.30am at Mapobane station and arrives at Pretoria station at 10.40am.
The President of our country is in a train that is a full hour late. Right now Cyril Ramaphosa is lucky if he got an announcement of that delay cause #Metrorail have a track record for not communicating.— Earl-Ryan September (@earlseptember) March 18, 2019
We reached our destination, the President arrived at 06:30 at Mapobane station and arrives at Pretoria station at 10:40.— African National Congress #ANC109 (@MYANC) March 18, 2019
This again affirms government’s need to clean our SOEs including PRASA for the benefit of all our people. #GrowSouthAfrica #ThumaMina pic.twitter.com/kKSYjrdVNn
Source : ewn
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