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Cyril Ramaphosa Cyril Ramaphosa

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa was recently awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by Sandton based Regenesys Business School.
According to Alexandra Smit-Stachowski of Regenesys Business School. He was awarded this Lifetime Achievement Award for his remarkable business success, as he possesses exemplary leadership qualities, makes an outstanding contribution to socio-economic development and lives a life of high moral and ethical standards.

Regenesys Chairman Dr Marko Saravanja presented the award to Deputy President Ramaphosa for his longevity and his contribution towards leadership, development and his vision for a better world.
“I consider him to be one of fathers of the nation, next to (former President) Mandela,” said Dr Saravanja, “He contributed significantly to the birth of South Africa and was involved in the negotiations when the country was on the brink of civil war. He used his talents, skills and diplomacy to negotiate a peaceful democracy”.
Dr Saravanja continued, “I also respect him because of his leadership in both the public and business sector – he is a role model to most people.”

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