South Africans have been struggling to deal with the coronavirus pandemic and the impact of the nationwide lockdown. President Cyril Ramaphosa has been with his citizens every step of the way and Briefly.co.za looks at some of his most inspirational messages.
The Covid-19 crisis is a daunting one to face, but South Africans have taken comfort in the knowledge that a great leader is at the helm.
Amidst the doom and gloom, Ramaphosa has been a shining light and a beacon of hope to many of those in need.
Ramaphosa's presence has been immense during the challenging lockdown period and has often reassured South Africans during his live updates.
On Freedom Day, Ramaphosa delivered a short, but sweet address. This has also been followed up with heartwarming messages via social media.
The presidency shared a tweet on Monday to highlight the positive role played by various organisations, such as NGOs, community bodies, religious communities and individuals.
Ramaphosa reiterated his message of solidarity by tweeting about the arrival of the Cuban health experts, who will bolster Mzansi's efforts to curb the spread of Covid-19.
The president also balanced his current commitments, with making time to wish Muslim citizens well during the holy month of Ramadaan.
Ramaphosa reinforced the good work being done amongst all with another positive note on April 23rd by highlighting the global admiration of Mzansi's efforts.
Another Freedom Day tweet called on everyone to work together to not only fight against the virus, but also to end poverty, inequality and hunger.
The president reinforced this notion by signalling his determination for the country to emerge even stronger than before the pandemic.
On a lighter note, Briefly.co.za reported that Ramaphosa got the cutest shout-outs from the most adorable little South Africans.
A group of moms filmed their children sending sweet messages to the head of state.
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