- President Cyril Ramaphosa had South Africa in mind when celebrating his 71st birthday on Friday
- Ramaphosa said his birthday wish is for the continued focus on tackling unemployment, crime and ongoing reforms
- South Africans flooded social media with birthday wishes for Ramaphosa, acknowledging his dedication to the nation
President Cyril Ramaphosa celebrated his 71st birthday on 17 November 2023 by expressing a heartfelt wish for South Africa.
Cyril Ramaphosa shares his desire
Through Presidency spokesperson Vincent Magwenya, the head of state shared his desire for the nation to continue making strides in critical areas.
Magwenya said Ramaphosa wants to see a reduction in loadshedding and crime and the improvement of various reforms that are currently underway.
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Cyril Ramaphosa's birthday celebrations
According to TimesLIVE, Ramaphosa spent most of his special day working. However, he managed to steal a special moment with his grandchildren to celebrate.
Birthday wishes for Ramaphosa
See some of the comments below:
"Happy birthday to our beloved president. O re holele."
"God bless you for all of your efforts in leading our great country towards better days."
"We appreciate you Mr President and we salute you. You are doing amazing work, please keep it. Enjoy your special day with friends and family."
"Many more! Time to grow a pair now?"
"Happy birthday, Phala Phala. Enjoy your dollars. We will meet next year."
"Happy birthday, Ramaphosa my man. Send your numbers, let me bless you with small ewallet."
"He should announce Monday as a holiday so we can celebrate his birthday properly."
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In another article, Briefly News reported that President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered his Freedom Day speech and tried to take the country into his confidence, but South Africans were not happy.
Source: Briefly News