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The DA claims victory as the government agreed to arrest Putin if the SA set foot

Russian President Vladimir Putin greets President Cyril Ramaphosa during the welcoming ceremony at the Russia-Africa Summit in 2019. Mikhail Svetlov / Getty Images The Justice Department has admitted that it failed to carry out its international responsibilities regarding the arrest of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant for … Read more

Sign language has officially become the twelfth official language of Southern Africa

President Cyril Ramaphosa signed the South African Sign Language Bill during a ceremony at the Union Buildings in Pretoria. President Cyril Ramaphosa signed the South African Sign Language Bill during a ceremony on the Union Buildings. The country now has 12 official languages. The Presidency said that recognizing sign language as an official language was … Read more

Statues of Mandela beacon of hope for the poor – Ramaphosa at its unveiling in the Eastern Cape

President Cyril Ramaphosa at the unveiling of one of the statues of Nelson Mandela at the Bhunga Building outside Mthatha. Supplied: Eastern Cape Government. President Cyril Ramaphosa urged South Africans to emulate the good deeds of Nelson Mandela. The government unveiled two statues of Madiba on Tuesday as part of Mandela Day celebrations. Ramaphosa described … Read more

In his affidavit, Ramaphosa said that arresting Putin would amount to a declaration of war against Russia

President Cyril Ramaphosa greets Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Konstantinovsky Palace in St. Petersburg as part of the African Peace Mission talks on June 17, 2023. President Cyril Ramaphosa wanted to keep the reasons for not arresting President Vladimir Putin secret. The DA launched a Supreme Court motion to force the government to arrest … Read more

Putin and Ramaphosa have a phone conversation about the grain deal, the upcoming BRICS summit

Russian President Vladimir Putin and President Cyril Ramaphosa discussed the Black Sea grain deal in a phone call. Russian President Vladimir Putin had a phone call with President Cyril Ramaphosa during which they discussed the Black Sea grain deal. The Kremlin said Ramaphosa briefed Putin on the BRICS summit, which is scheduled for August. Putin … Read more

Ramaphosa hosts the imbizo in Limpopo amid controversy over the appointment

President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected in Limpopo on Friday to host a presidential impeso with the theme: “Leave No One Behind”. His visit comes amid controversy in the province over the appointment of a Limpopo government official implicated in the VBS Mutual scandal and another with a criminal record for fraud. In March, the president … Read more

watch live | Ramaphosa closes the African National Commission’s electoral manifesto workshop

ANC leaders met over the weekend to map out their electoral manifesto strategy. Other key items on the agenda included fighting crime and the energy crisis and crafting new ideas on how to attract voters ahead of the 2024 general election. Party leader Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to deliver closing remarks on Monday at 16:00. … Read more

While poverty persists, there is no true freedom, says Ramaphosa before Mandela Day

President Cyril Ramaphosa Photo: DIRCO President Cyril Ramaphosa said the money the government spent on social protection was not wasted. He added that the focus should be on building the economy to strengthen social protection measures and support the poor. Ramaphosa said the expansion of social protection can only happen at the pace and scale … Read more

Ramaphosa expects an intelligence report on the truck arson, and expresses concern about the economic impact

President Cyril Ramaphosa has expressed concern about the truck attacks and their impact on the economy. Six trucks were set on fire in KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday night, and five trucks were set on fire in Mpumalanga on Sunday. President Cyril Ramaphosa has expressed concern about the truck attacks and their impact on the economy. RThe … Read more