Ramaphosa calls for National Day of Prayer

President Cyril Ramaphosa calls on all South Africans for a National Day of Prayer. Two-minutes of prayer or meditation.
“These are challenging times. We are traversing a path we have never travelled before.There are many amongst us who are fearful, uncertain and vulnerable. I call on our people to offer a prayer and a thought for the protection and healing of our land and its people from this disease.
Over the past two weeks, South Africans from all walks of life have demonstrated their resilience by complying with the restrictions that have been placed on their lives. Because we are in a state of national lockdown our prayers must be offered from our hearts and in our homes.” – President Ramaphosa
National Day of Prayer is held between 18:00 and 18:30 on Thursday.
In addition all South African must stay calm and look after themselves especially during these difficult times. 

Without a doubt Government is doing everything in their power to fight the Coronavirus. 
God bless South Africa!

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