- President Ramaphosa attended the unveiling of a Madiba statue in New York
- The statue was unveiled at the UN General Assembly in New York on 24 September
- South Africa's leader said the statue is a reminder that SA is dedicated to a better world for all
President Ramaphosa went to New York to be present and involved in the unveiling of a Nelson Mandela statue.
The statue was unveiled at the UN General Assembly in New York on the 24th of September - South Africa's Heritage Day.
With South Africa's president was Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres and UN General Assembly President Maria Fernanda Espinosa.
Ramaphosa stated that the statue serves as a reminder of SA's dedication to contributing to a better world for everyone.
The statue will also serve as a reminder that President Ramaphosa is dedicated to the mission of the UN, according to a report by The Citizen.
President Ramaphosa said that the citizens of SA is happy about the world's enthusiasm in celebrating the Mandela's centenary.
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