South Africa president Cyril Ramaphosa recently visited King Charles III, as part of his State Visit to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Royal State Visits are the highest honour bestowed on a country by the United Kingdom in the advancement of bilateral relations.
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And Ramaphosa became the first Head of State to be hosted for a State Visit by King Charles III since assuming the role.
During his visit, Ramaphosa was wowed by His Majesty who greeted him with different South African indigenous languages as he welcomed him to the Royal House.
King Charles III first greeted in XiTsonga, Sesotho, IsiZulu, IsiXhosa and TshiVenda, and Ramaphosa was just pleasantly entertained.
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