Ramaphosa started his walk at Lookout Hill in Khayelitsha and ended it at the UDF monument outside the Rocklands Civic Centre in Mitchells Plain, Cape Town. The United Democratic Front was launched here in 1983 to oppose the rule of the apartheid government. The president has been doing weekly walks with different communities, and started the #TummyMustFall on social media, encouraging citizens to exercise.
A beautiful morning in Cape Town - it's 5am and the president of the country is walking from Khayelitsha to Mitchells Plain, accompanied by hundreds of people. Some of them were ... Read more »