- Mzansi parents have been under lockdown since before the official one started with schools closing early
- Even EFF leader Julius Malema seems to be taking strain as the bundles of joy transform into balls of hungry, bored frustration
- The politician wants sthuthuthu to fall and parents are willing to vote with him on this issue
South African parents have been gifted with an abundance of time with their children, but let's face it three weeks into a national lockdown the cabin fever has started to set in.
Even Economic Freedom Fighter leader Julius Malema can feel the walls closing in. Keeping kids entertained during the shutdown sometimes comes at the expense of a person's sanity.
The politician took to social media to call for sthuthuthu to fall and some parents feel like the iconic plastic bikes should be made illegal for the rest of lockdown.
While many parents can agree that the sound of these wheels on the concrete is enough to grind anyone's gears, fellow party member Godrich Gardee says Malema should get used to it:
"Parenting at its best and unfortunately, your grandchildren will be worse whilst you are at an advanced age and they will be riding it in the house whilst on a long holiday to grannies...enjoy it as it last.."
Briefly.co.za reported that Malema showed off his parenting skills during an adorable video on social media, bonding with his small son.
Take a look at just a few reactions to Malema's post below:
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