South Africa’s President, Cyril Ramaphosa, is scheduled to make a special address to the nation at 8 pm on Monday. This announcement comes on the heels of South Africa’s historic victory in the Rugby World Cup finals in France, which took place on Saturday night.
The President’s office released a brief statement confirming his upcoming address. While South Africans are still basking in the glory of the Springboks’ remarkable performance, calls have been growing for a public holiday to celebrate this momentous occasion.
South Africa’s national rugby team, the Springboks, clinched their fourth Rugby World Cup title in an electrifying final. Their triumphant return to South Africa with the coveted Webb Ellis trophy is scheduled for Tuesday.
Upon their arrival at OR Tambo International Airport, a press conference is expected to take place, where the champions will be hailed and celebrated. The entire nation eagerly anticipates President Ramaphosa’s message and the festivities that may follow this exceptional sporting achievement.