President Cyril Ramaphosa and a young girl, the fresh Daisy, recently exchanged letters - and the head of state is hoping for a meeting too.
A little girl, who signed her letter off as "Daisy in East London", wrote a special letter to the South African head of state, asking if girls can be presidents.
Her letter was widely-circulated on social media and it even gathered a response from Mr President himself.
Briefly.co.za saw in a reply to Daisy, Ramaphosa encouraged the little girl to become whatever she wants.
"Girls can be anything they want in the world today," Ramaphosa wrote, adding: "They can be teachers, or scientists or astronauts – and to answer your question, yes they can be presidents too."
The young girl added in her letter that she was 'inspired' by Ramaphosa's work as a president and she asked him if it was difficult.
The president responded in his letter that it is not easy and added that it meant a lot that she liked his work.
According to News24, Ramaphosa then said he would love to meet her when he visits the Eastern Cape.
"I would be honoured if, after school on the day, you would be able to meet me when I am in your home town," his letter read.
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