Society members told Eyewitness News that they hope Cyril Ramaphosa will put a stop to corruption and South Africa.
Visitors dancing and singing during the inauguration of President-elect Cyril Ramafos at the Loftus Versfeld stadium in Pretoria on May 25, 2019. Photo: Abigail Javier / EWN
PRETORIA – South Africans speak after Cyril Ramaphosa was sworn in as president – there is a sense of unity in this country.
Over 32,000 people took part in the inauguration at Loftus Versfeld with many queues from three in the morning to get access.
Members of the society said Eyewitness messages that they hope that Ramaphosa will put a stop to corruption and South Africa.
Others said that Ramaphosa is now the leader of the new administration.
Rolf Donjeany said that members of the African National Congress are also more positive about the direction in which the country follows Ramaphosy's leadership.
"In it, I like the fact that there are high levels of ANC that do not like him who does not want him, but they know he is a man who is needed. I just think we are heading in the right direction. "
Many of the other provinces who had to get up early in the morning are now on their way home, excited about the future of the country.