- President Cyril Ramaphosa travelled to Yokohama, Japan, on Thursday
- The head of state is set to support the Springboks in the 2019 Rugby World Cup final
- The boys in green are taking England on to walk away with the #RWC2019 cup
On Thursday, President Cyril Ramaphosa jetted off to Japan to show support for the Springboks in the #RWC2019 final.
The presidency posted a video of Ramaphosa with the Boks flag before he got on a plane to Yokohama.
Briefly.co.za learned the president has since touched down in Japan and a photo of him was shared on Facebook. A social media user, Zolani Wonder Jr Ndzwangu, posted a snap of Ramaphosa, writing:
"Our number one Prop has landed, the Buffalo is grazing in Japan. #BoksFriday. I have lived to see history repeats itself, 2007 to 2019 its full 12 miserable years in the history of English Rugby.
"They called Habana a wizard but tomorrow they will know that the wizard gave birth to plenty wizards who're destined to terrorise their land of the Queen."
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