Cape Town - President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday said it was a "great honour and pleasure" to be honoured with a Presidential Commemorative stamp.
Ramaphosa was presented with the stamp on World Post day.
The presentation took place at Tuynhuys, Cape Town and saw the Post Office bestow him with a new stamp bearing his image, the Presidential Coat of Arms and the Union Buildings in the background.
Speaking at the unveiling, Ramaphosa spoke at length of the pivotal role postal services played in connecting people around the world.
"When World Post Day was declared at the 1969 Universal Postal Congress in Tokyo, it was to signal that the world was then shifting slowly towards a globalised citizenship.