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President Elect, Joe Biden Reveals Plans For Africans

South Africa's Cyril Ramaphosa and US President-elect Joe Biden are anxious to support relations among America and the African Continent, the administration said after a call between the two leaders. 

Ramaphosa, who is likewise the current chairman of the African Union, "is cheerful of a solid association between the United States and the African continent in advancing harmony and soundness in worldwide relations and propelling multilateralism," his office said in an assertion after the call late Tuesday. 

“Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris have identified Africa as a major player in international affairs and in the advancement of multilateralism,” it said.

Biden was proclaimed the winner of the November 3 political race however Donald Trump has not yielded. 

Trump, still president until January, didn't establish a decent connection with Africans during his term. 

Not exactly a year after he got down to business, he notoriously lauded the medical care arrangement of "Nambia" — misspeaking Namibia — during a discourse at the United Nations. 

Months after the fact he alluded to Haiti and African countries as "shithole nations" during a shut entryway meeting at the White House, starting worldwide shock.

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