3 times South African politicians made us laugh instead of cry

3 times South African politicians made us laugh instead of cry

Often we as South Africans are brought to tears by the antics of our politicians but sometimes they also make us laugh.

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Briefly.co.za has, with the help of zalebs, found three times that our politicians brought us to tears in a good way.

Nhlanhla Nene's fall (Not from Cabinet)

This one is olden but golden and we all felt a little bad for laughing at Nhlanhla Nene when his chair collapsed from under him. As a true professional, Nene, knew that something bad was going to happen but soldiered on. He even braces himself seconds before the chair collapses.

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Former President Zuma does it by the numbers, sort of

Our former head of state had a bit of trouble reading out some numbers but with the help of a jiggle he managed and after reminding South Africa to "listen properly".

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Bathabile Dlamini's thinly veiled threats about small skeletons

Obviously Bathabile Dlamini knows something that we don't know. Whatever it was she seemed to get her point across. The way she spoke sounded like she was talking about her own smallanyana skeletons.

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