The 25th State of the Nation Address (SONA) was uneventful - aside from Ramaphosa's hilarious opening statements and the two times the EFF caused a bit of a stir.
Luckily, staying true to himself, Julius Malema did not let South Africans down. The EFF leader managed to leave parliament, and Mzansi, in stitches with a 'clapping' remark he made during the #SONA2019.
A video of the hilarious moment has started circulating on social media - and, upon closer look, it is clear speaker Baleka had a tough time keeping her composure.
As Ramaphosa tried to deliver the Sona, Malema interrupted, calling a point of order. The speaker gave Juju the opportunity to talk and what he said had Parliament in stitches.
"No, Thabang Makwetla is clapping hands. This guy is going to jail. He thinks we're playing," Malema said as Parliament burst into laughter.
Briefly.co.za gathered chair person Thandi Modise told Correctional Services Minister to stop clapping hands and Baleka sat next to her smiling. Even Ramaphosa tried to hide his giggles.
Although the SONA itself was quite boring, the real fireworks started afterwards. Briefly.co.za reported earlier a video was taken which showed members of the EFF attacking a white people outside the building.
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