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President Cyril Ramaphosa undertook a high-profile visit to the White House and met US President Joe Biden earlier this month — but what exactly did South Africa’s head of state get out of it?

Discussion between the two leaders was intended “to address opportunities to deepen [the] relationship, identify next steps on issues of mutual importance and discuss regional and global challenges,” according to the White House’s press release.
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