The lighter side of Jacob Zuma: Ex-president offers to become rugby player

The lighter side of Jacob Zuma: Ex-president offers to become rugby player

It has just been a couple of months since Jacob Zuma stepped down as the president of South Africa.

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However, it appears the former head of state decided to chose an entirely different career- he offered to become a rugby player.

In a video to show his support for the West Coast Crew 10s, Zuma said he was available to join their team if they needed an extra player.

According to the report, Zuma showed his support ahead of the Tshwane 10s this weekend.

According to Eyewitness News, Zuma was a formidable soccer player while he was imprisoned in Robben Island.

It appears as if Zuma is enjoying his retirement as his Nkandla mansion, Briefly.co.za gathered.

The video was shared on West Coast Crew 10s' Twitter page. The group tagged Trevor Noah in the post.

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The video gathered different opinions from tweeps.

Social media user @austins_j commented: "Is he alwayd this slow when talking?"

Zuma's video is not the only one that made headlines on Twitter today. As Briefly.co.za reported earlier, a video has taken social media by storm, which shows a traffic officer losing his cool after pulling over a white motorist.

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