The former president of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, might be retired from politics, but that does not mean he is sitting at home, doing nothing.
In fact, the former head of state took up a new gig- he has agreed to lecture politics students at the North West University (NWU).
According to a report by Eyewitness News, Zuma spoke to third year Masters and PHD Scholars studying Political Science about the effects of Apartheid and the political economy.
Briefly.co.za gathered photos of his lecture was also shared on social media by Twitter user @Gustav_Nd
The photos were captioned, "His Excellency Pres Jacob Zuma was a guest Lecturer to 3rd Year, Masters and PHD Scholars studying Political Science at the institute of Higher Learning. North West University, Vaal Triangle Campus."
The post sparked quite the reaction, but it was evident tweeps were left with mixed feelings.
Twitter user @Supremekagiso commented: "Just pretend to be listening to him after all he's the one who ensured that you'll have no jobs after graduating."
Another tweep, @somangqofoza, added: "Eish uBaba wesizwe has natural charm . Look at those two ladies in front row wearing blackish dresses enjoying his lecture with a smile."
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