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South Africa: President Ramaphosa Gets Stuck In Public Train for Hours

After seeing what the people go through on a daily basis, the President has promised to change the situation, after ‘seeing for himself.’

South Africa: President Ramaphosa Gets Stuck In Public Train for Hours
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