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Cyril Ramaphosa sworn in as South Africa's president

Cyril Ramaphosa told South Africans on Saturday that “a new era” had dawned as he was sworn in for a five-year term as president. More than 30,000 people gathered to witness the ceremony which included a flypast and military parade. Ramaphosa’s inauguration followed his ruling African National Congress party’s 57.5% victory in this month’s election.
Cyril Ramaphosa hails ‘new era’ as he begins South African presidency

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    Trump hates People of color and we should end racism in your beautiful world 🌎 because we all bleed the same blood and we are all part of the human race.

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    Satanic Masonic humanity of last time

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    They will begin to slaughter white South Africans soon.

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    White farmers need to start applying for Asylum in the United States, immediately.

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    I hope all of the White South Africans can leave this place. And if there is justice then this evil regime will bring cause a famine and water shortage severe enough to destroy this man's government and eradicate all of its followers – even if that's every last person in South Africa!

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    Lmao…that last scene put an end to the myth that black people can inherently dance.

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    Beautiful happiness in South Africa!
    🌈 😊
    Thank you for sharing.
    Love from Michigan USA 💝 Peace ✌

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    Look at the fools dancing and singing – as if anything significant is going to change. Now black Africans will continue to be downtrodden, but by their own black African leaders and their cronies – just like in most of the other black African countries.

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