- Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has angered many South Africans for some of the questionable lockdown regulations
- A huge talking point has been the ban on the sale of cigarettes
- Local musos, The Kiffness, created a new national anthem based on the recent events and shared the hilarious video
Briefly.co.za earlier reported that the ANC has voiced its support for Cooperative Governance Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma in light of the recent attacks against her.
This came after media reported that she wanted the ban on alcohol and tobacco to remain in place until Level 1 of the lockdown.
More and more South Africans have been questioning some of the regulations and smokers feel particularly aggrieved.
In light of the recent controversy, local band, The Kiffness, has produced a hilarious video and shared it via YouTube.
The video features their new version of the national anthem, which has been inspired by Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and the anti-tobacco stance.
Lead singer David Scott touches on the challenges faced by smokers, including purchasing from the black market.
The video can be viewed below:
Briefly.co.za gathered that many South Africans were left in stitches based on the positive comments.
Otshepeng Lelaka said,
"That flag change at the end? Genius as always."
Karen White added,
"Oh Kiffness, I loved this song. Brilliant as always. Stay safe and avoid the lockdown police."
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