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President cyril Ramophosa thanks little girls for saving his life-see VIDEO of the story.

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On Thursday last week, Aaliyah Baker and Fatima Zehra Cassiem came across a poster of President Cyril Ramaphosa laying on the road and decided to pick it up ensuring no cars drove it.

Twitter page UniMedia Pro shared on Thursday shared a video of his “daughter and her friend noticed a poster of the President laying on the road on Beyers Naude Drive”.

UniMedia Pro@unimediapro

@CyrilRamaphosa …My daughter and her friend noticed a poster of the President laying on the road on Beyes Naude Drive and they requested me to stop. The rest is on camera. @PresidencyZA @GautengANC @ANCJHB @David_Makhura @GTP_Traffstats @Lesufi @CityofJoburgZA

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In the video, the girls explain seeing the poster of the president and why they wanted to pick it up and are seen running over the road to get it.

On Monday, the President and the first lady Dr Tshepo Motsepe meet with the Greenside Primary learners to personally thank them and listen to their requests of what they would like the president to do.

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Cyril Ramaphosa 🇿🇦

@CyrilRamaphosa

Thank you for saving my life girls! pic.twitter.com/VxqYCIgnlb

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Aaliyah and Zehra asked the president for Clean toilets at their school, shelters for people, education and for him to act against pollution, shared Fikile Mbalula.

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Mr Fearfokkol | Forever Young

@MbalulaFikile

Our President, Comrade @CyrilRamaphosa and Dr Tshepo Motsepe meets Aaliyah Baker and Fatima Zehra Cassiem of Greenside Primary. On Thursday last week they saw a Poster of the President on the road and picked.

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Mr Fearfokkol | Forever Young

@MbalulaFikile

On Thursday last week they saw a Poster of the President on the road and picked it up so no cars drive over it.

They visited the President today @CyrilRamaphosa

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South Africans shows support to Mozambique

Using #PrayForMozambique, people are sharing details on how to make donations for goods and money for the people who are most affected by the cyclone.

JOHANNESBURG – South African social media users are mobilising support for thousands of people who have been left stranded following Cyclone Idai.

Using #PrayForMozambique, people are sharing details on how to make donations for goods and money for the people who are most affected by the cyclone.

More than 360 people have died after Cyclone Idai battered Southern Africa.

Several celebrities, including former US President Barack Obama, have called for solidarity for the victims of the cyclone.

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Tumi Sole

@tumisole

It is in times like these that we have come together & show our humanity!

Details below on how to donate & make a difference 🙏🏿

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Nonhlanhla Sifumba@NonnysZA

Sending light and strength to the people of Mozambique and Zimbabwe following the devastating cyclone. Pleased contribute by donating (see attached picture)

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kramfolo@jkramfolo2

This is so painful seeing our brothers and sisters going through this , hope our government will do more to help out 🙏

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Bonang B* Matheba

@bonang_m

Pray for New Zealand. Pray for France. Pray for Ethiopia. Pray for Nigeria. Pray for Mozambique…..the world is in so much pain. 💔😭

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TAS@sebecks

I urge every South African, companies, and organizations to lend a helping hand to in whatever form.

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Zamacwerha Mqumbi@nzamie_m


They need our prayers and assistance. Deepest condolences to those who lost their loved ones

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