It is common knowledge that numbers are former president Jacob Zuma's number one enemy. A video of the politician fumbling over digits at the State Capture Inquiry has gone viral.
No doubt testifying at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into State Capture is a stressful situation, but Mzansi couldn't pass the opportunity to have a giggle at this situation.
Posted by South Africa Live, a viral video shows Msholozi battling his long-time foe, trying to get on the same page as the rest of the room.
Zuma can be seeing paging through a file at the inquiry, with Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo eventually sending someone to rescue the former president.
Here are just a few reactions to the clip, which has garnered over 78 000 views since yesterday:
Elvis Manyika - I used to do this when I didn’t know the answer and wanted the teacher to choose a different student. It might just work for Jacob.
Mohau MrWhite Ngobeni - Yes we are African, English never loved us.
Shaun Durandt - And to think this chap served 2 terms. That he was actually voted in twice, literally voted in twice.
Cassidy Ngonie Rupiya - The shocking part is he was flipping back and forth around the same page range. Hoping 33 would become 428
Sab Ze Ro - This man is an artist, he was buying time to think things through.
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