Sun. Sep 15th, 2019

Dr Tshepo Motsepe: How our First Lady spent her 67 minutes [photos]

Dr Motsepe spent her Mandela Day with the kids.

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It was a very eventful day for Dr Tshepo Motsepe, the First Lady of South Africa.

How Tshepo Motsepe and Ramaphosa spent their 67 minutes

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(In the pic – President Cyril Ramaphosa with his wife Dr Tshepo Motsepe). Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng Swearing in President Elect Mr Cyril Ramaphosa as the President of South Africa. 15/02/2017, Elmond Jiyane, GCIS

While her husband, President Cyril Ramaphosa had official presidential matters to attend to in Cape Town, Motsepe opted to spend most of her day contributing her 67 minutes towards Mandela Day.

In all fairness, Ramaphosa too found some time to sit down with the kids from the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital’s radio show, Rx Radio.

Motsepe’s Mandela Day contributions

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Distributing learning resources

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However, Motsepe’s Mandela Day schedule was the busier of the two. The First Lady remained in Gauteng and chose to do as her husband did, and spend quality time with the kids.

Her first stop was at the Morning Star Early Care Development Centre in Edenvale, Ekurhuleni, where she distributed learning resources. She also did the same for the children of Matshidiso Day Care Centre in Diepsloot, Johannesburg.

Building refurbishments with Miss SA finalists

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She then made a second stop at Olifantsvlei Primary School in Eikenhof, south of Johannesburg, where she was joined by the Top 16 finalists of Miss South Africa.

This time, the ladies got their hands dirty, assisting with the refurbishment of the school building.

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