President Cyril Ramaphosa expressed his confidence in the South African national rugby team, the Springboks, after their record-breaking victory over Romania at the Rugby World Cup. The Springboks set a new world record by defeating Romania with a score of 76-0.
Speaking to South African journalists in New York, where he is attending the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), President Ramaphosa shared his optimism about the team’s performance. He stated that this victory significantly boosts the country’s confidence and he believes that they are on their way to winning the World Cup once again.
Ramaphosa booking his ticket to WC final
In light of this, President Ramaphosa announced that he is booking his ticket to France to watch the final match. His anticipation for the game reflects his faith in the team’s ability to bring home the World Cup.
While in New York, President Ramaphosa has a busy schedule at the UNGA. He expressed his hope for a productive time there, aiming to secure a number of strong diplomatic relations.