SA rallies behind Ramaphosa after lady’s moving note: “What a leader”

SA rallies behind Ramaphosa after lady’s moving note: “What a leader”

- A woman penned a moving letter in aid of President Cyril Ramaphosa

- She called on South Africans to rally behind the leader, particularly in light of the Covid-19 threat

- Her social media post went viral, as thousands were in agreement

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South Africa is a nation that presents a unique set of challenges to our political leaders.

President Cyril Ramaphosa is the man tasked with the challenge of turning around a stagnant economy, while working on improving equality.

The recent global crisis resulting from the spread of Covid-19 has only added to the already complex challenge.

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One woman empathised with Ramaphosa and penned a moving letter via social media on Sunday.

Anuschka Jacobs touched on the challenges Ramaphosa faces as well as the extraordinary pressure he works under.

In light of these factors, she called on South Africans to put jokes aside and to rally behind the nation's leader.

She rounded off her message by saying:

"Instead of making fun of the man who is the deciding factor for our country, take a moment and TRY to understand what this man is currently going through. He has been making excellent decisions and for that I salute him. Pray for our President. Pray for our country."

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Maria Panayi said,

"Amen lord give our president winsdom to take care of our country SA by your holy spirit amen."

Jodi Brits added,

"Damn right must be so hard. But we are south Africans we are tough crowd we can do this."

Pauline Goodwin responded,

"He has made the right decision by shutting the borders and forcing a mini lockdown. He is watching what is happening in Europe." earlier reported that President Cyril Ramaphosa is set to address the nation on Monday evening on the coronavirus.

Ramaphosa was set to do his address on Sunday and the postponement seemed to annoy many social media users.

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