President Loses iPad Moments Before His Speech

President Cyril Ramaphosa sent social media on a frenzy on Tuesday after it appeared that his iPad went missing. This happened just a few moments before his speech during a visit to Cape Town.

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Social media was abuzz on Tuesday as the #iPad led the list of trending topics after President Cyril Ramaphosa appeared to have misplaced his iPad.

Ramaphosa was in Cape Town, visiting the city's port, where he was scheduled to address the media.

However, in a video that went viral on Twitter on Tuesday, a dismayed and confused Ramaphosa can be seen unable to start his speech when called to the podium because his iPad had "been stolen".  

I’m waiting for my iPad. Somebody stole my iPad ... I had my iPad … Do you know where they took my iPad to.

“Somebody has decided to dispossess me of my iPad, so I want that. Can I have my iPad, please? So they stole it. I had my iPad. Do you know where they took my iPad to?,” he asked his spokesperson Seale.

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