- Cyril Ramaphosa's former teacher offered the new president some sound advice
- He told how he remembered Ramaphosa as a great scholar who was always interested in his shool work
- He is proud to among those who contributed to making him into the man he is today
South Africa's new president, Cyril Ramaphosa received some praise from an old friend. Ramaphosa's former principal and teacher Michael Morapedi says that he extremely proud of his former pupil.
He reveals that Ramaphosa was a brilliant scholar who was always interested in his school work. Morapedi feels honoured that he was able to make a contribution to his life and to an extent South Africa.
Briedly.co.za the former principal had one more lesson for Ramaphosa, he cautioned the newly elected president to learn from his predecessor's mistakes and not repeat them according to sabcnews.com.
He also wished the new president well and asked him to do his best in what he knows is a very difficult position.
Ramaphosa recently delivered his state of the nation address in which he made a series of promises to South Africa. He has a steep hill to climb to regain the trust of the people after the government and senior leaders have been implicated in severe allegations of corruption and maladministration.
He touched on all the key issues which have caused concern for South Africans over the past nine-years from SASSA to State Owned Entities such as Eskom and Transnet.
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