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Ramaphosa Appoints Motshekga As Acting SA President

South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga to serve as the country’s Acting President on Friday, July 2.

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President Ramaphosa is currently undertaking a working visit to the Republic of Zambia to attend the State Funeral Service of Dr. Kenneth Kaunda, founding President of the Republic of Zambia.

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The move to appoint Motshekga comes as Deputy President David Mabuza took ‘a few days off’ to seek medical consultation in Russia.

Ramaphosa will deliver a message of support to the Zambian people on behalf of the government and people of South Africa.

Following the passing of Dr. Kaunda, the South African Government declared a period of mourning for 10 days with the National Flag flying at half-mast at all flag stations.



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