Jacob Zuma and his family really entertained South Africans this past year. The former first family enjoyed uBaba's retirement to the fullest and we had front row seats.
This year has really been a high point for the Zuma family. Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the top stories of Msholozi and his family that went viral in 2019.
From celebrating their culture to spending some time with his fam, here are our top five picks:
1. Zuma and his wife celebrate the Zulu culture
Zuma's wife took to her Instagram account, posting videos of the family celebrating the Zulu culture on heritage day. UBaba and Tobeka were filmed singing and dancing.
The post was captioned:
"We sing and dance when we are happy. Promotes social bonding and cohesion; allows us to express our own identity #african #dance #singing #expression #of #our #culture #umabo #heritage #day."
2. Tobeka shares touching post about marriage with photos of uBaba
Former first lady Tobeka Madiba Zuma took to social media to share a sweet post about marriage. She also posted a touching photo with her husband Jacob Zuma. In her post, she explained that marriage ages like fine wine because it grows deeper and stronger when properly tended to.
3. Tobeka Zuma shares adorable pics of uBaba and their daughter
Tobeka Zuma gave South Africans the feels when she gave them a glimpse into the relationship of the former President and their daughter.
4. uBaba gives his wifey a stunning bouquet of roses
South Africans got to see the romantic side of Zuma when his wifey posted a snap of the roses he gave her.
We have to give it to him, Jacob Zuma has moves. The former head of state apparently spoiled one of his wives, Tobeka, with a beautiful bouquet of red roses - and, it is not even Valentine's day yet.
5. Tobeka shares adorable pic of uBaba and their daughter playing cards
In March, Tobeka once again shared a photo of Zuma and their daughter. The father-daughter-duo were photographed playing cards as they spend some quality time together.
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