President Cyril Ramaphosa has postponed his visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo. He was supposed to co-chair the South Africa and DRC Bi-national Commission with his Congolese counterpart Joseph Kabila, on Tuesday.

In a statement, the Presidency says doctors have advised Ramaphosa against traveling, to recover from an upper respiratory tract infection.

The President is receiving medical attention.

He is expected to travel to the DRC later in October, to ratify the Bi-national Commission Agreements with President Kabila.

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