Excitement mounts as Ramaphosa puts finishing touches on inauguration

Excitement mounts as Ramaphosa puts finishing touches on inauguration

President Cyril Ramaphosa did a 'dry run' of tomorrow's inauguration ceremony today and Mzansi could not be more excited to welcome him as our president.

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Ahead of tomorrow's inauguration ceremony at Loftus Stadium, Cyril Ramaphosa gave South Africa a sneak peak into the event.

Taking to social media platform Twitter, Ramaphosa broadcast a video of the practice run as officials ensure everything will be smooth sailing.

With Minister in the Presidency, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, sitting at his side, Ramaphosa appeared to be his usual composed self. However, his beaming smile gave his excitement away as he conversed with officials seated beside him.

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Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Dlamini-Zuma has been lauded as one of the prefered replacements for deputy-president, with speculation that David Mabuza will not return to the post.

Meanwhile, Mzansi is buzzing with excitement as they prepare to celebrate the president's official inauguration.

One particular presentation is already grabbing South Africa's attention: the fighter jets have been causing a buzz, with those close enough to witness the practice gushing with pride.

Tiyani Baadjie feels that Ramaphosa's inauguration is the most-anticipated since the father of democracy himself, Nelson Mandela's, saying that the new president has managed to inspire hope in his people.

With all eyes cast in his direction, Ramaphosa seems to be going out of his way to make the event worth every penny and, more importantly, every vote.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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