- A hilarious video making fun of Dlamini-Zuma's speech has been shared on social media
- The footage shows people dancing to a remix of the minister's speech added to a beat
- Many were amused by how she referred to weed as "zol" and the musical version is even funnier.
The video was shared on Facebook by The Kiffness, who is known for his parodies. It left Mzansi social media users in stitches. We could definitely all do with a laugh during these trying times. Facebook user Guyel Dguebair said:
"That guy coming in with that stanky leg is fire"
Ashley McLean said:
"Oh, this is too funny! And to think we have Corona virus and corrupt politics for bringing this gem into the world ... may have been worth it!"
GiGi Cloete said:
"I hope NDZ hears this song and is as good a sport as Cyril."
Jannes Pelser said:
"If we never had Covid-19 we would never have this masterpiece."
Peter Vogel said:
"Currently the most trending dance moves seem to be coming from Africa"
Mary Sifrin said:
"New hit song, thanks Nkosazana Zuma for your musical contribution."
Candice Day Barker said:
"This is classic!"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that President Cyril Ramaphosa visited the notorious suburb of Mitchells Plain in Cape Town. While liaising with other officials, a passer-by shouted to greet the president. Ramaphosa's lighthearted response revealed his class and humility.
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