President Ramaphosa took to Twitter to answer your questions #HolaMatamela
President Cyril Ramaphosa took to Twitter on Monday evening to conduct his first live Q&A with the nation.
Questions ranged from youth unemployment, the death penalty, xenophobia, and land to the principle of non-racialism.
President Cyril Rampahosa thanked South Africans for participating.
We are in the process of finalizing our thoughts on the reconfiguring of the state to where we will have reduced ministries, that will work more effectively. Our embassies fulfill a function of advancing our international relations policy, but we continue to examine this issue. https://t.co/E0YRDovS4m— Cyril Ramaphosa 🇿🇦 #StaySafe (@CyrilRamaphosa) April 15, 2019
Some even suggested he should rest up over the Easter Weekend...
#HolaMatamela I am worried you not resting, please take a break over the easter wkend— Madelane Gaabusi _Van Vrede 🇿🇦 (@Madie_VV) April 15, 2019
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