The South African President Cyril Ramaphosa is flown in a private plane by the South African Air force in a jet known as Inkwazi.
The current plane dates back to President Thabo Mbeki and it was passed down to former presidents Kgalema Montlanthe and Jacob Zuma and now it flies President Ramaphosa.
The plane is divided into different wings with the front half strictly preserved for the President and his guests, ministers and other delegates who usually accompany the President.
The plane has a bedroom and a shower for the President to use on long haul flights. The back half of the plane is used by staff members in the President’s office such as the communications team and others.