- Somizi Mhlongo has Mzansi in stitches after he shared a video by a popular TikTok comedian @therealmisturghee
- The video poked fun at the fact the Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga was South Africa's acting president
- President Cyril Ramaphosa left Motshekga in charge while he attended the funeral of Zambia's former president and David Mabuza was on leave
"If you laughed raise your hand and deposit R10 into my account."
The TikTok comedian was poking fun at the fact the Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga was South Africa's acting president.
President Cyril Ramaphosa had attended the funeral of Zambia's former president and Deputy President David Mabuza was on leave in Russia.
Somizi's fans react to the hilarious video
"The laughter is contagious, couldn’t hold myself! Sending banking details "
"This guy always cracks me"
"Hhayi mani Somizi just peed on myself"
"Hawu 3/4yrs ago we had a president who was just like our today's president "
"Can I give you my account number "
"Dead send your account number in fact! Sozeeee kalok "
South Africans React to News that Angie Motshekga is now Acting President
Earlier, Briefly News reported that with President Cyril Ramaphosa attending the State Funeral Service for the late President Kenneth Kaunda, the presidency announced that the Minister of Basic Education Ms Angie Motshekga to serve as Acting President on Friday, 2 July.
The presidency cited the reason Motshekga was appointed as Acting President was Vice President David Mabuza is currently on leave in Russia to undergo medical consultations.
Twitter erupted when the announcement of the new Acting President was made, with many South Africans finding humour in the news.
Cyril Ramaphosa hails late Zambian president
The state funeral of the late founding president of Zambia Kenneth Kaunda was held in Lusaka on Friday.
The former statesman, who died at the age of 97 after a short illness, has been hailed by heads of states from across the continent, and members of the international community, including South Africa's president Cyril Ramaphosa.
Ramaphosa remarked on how the man, known as KK, was the last of a generation of stalwarts who lit the path to Africa's freedom. Delivering a moving tribute at the Lusaka Show Grounds on the occasion of Kaunda's funeral service, Ramaphosa said:
"Africa joins the people of Zambia and all the peoples on our continent in mourning the passing of our great leader and father. The father of liberation in our regions, SADC [Southern African Development Community] Dr Kenneth Kaunda was a loyal friend of the people of South Africa."
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Source: Briefly News