South African-born comedian, Trevor Noah, recently had a cheerful chat with President Ramaphosa as they talked about how Mzansi is happy for Trevor's success. The duo had many laughs in the short time they spent together.
Mzansi-born and -bred comedian and political commentator, Trevor Noah, received a warm welcome in Parliament on 7 March.
President Ramaphosa seemed genuinely happy to see the comedian and he reminisced about the times they met up before Trevor left the country. The two enjoyed a jolly conversation.
The president also told Trevor that South Africans have been rooting for him all the way and that the 'wind behind him' has been Mzansi's support.
Briefly.co.za learnt that it didn't take long for President Ramaphosa to ask that important question:
Will Trevor be voting in South Africa's 2019 elections?
Trevor responded by saying he needs to get educated on how to register overseas so he can teach other people and they can all vote.
This little meeting took place just before the President's oral reply to the National Assembly in Cape Town.
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