- A popular social media user who photoshops images has uploaded a pic captioned "If SA politics was a boxing match"
- The pic shows Cyril Ramaphosa and Julius Malema standing opposite each other with various members of the EFF and ANC as "hype men" in the background
- Mzansi could not deal with the hilarious pic and they commented on who they thought would win and how the characters were portrayed
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Rumani, who goes by the social media handle of @RealMrumaDrive, has posted a hilarious photoshopped picture online. The photo depicts what he believes South African politics would look like if it were a boxing match.
He placed Cyril Ramaphosa and Julius Malema opposite each other with various members of the ANC and EFF acting as hype men in the background. He skilfully chose hilarious facial expressions for the characters.
Briefly.co.za learned that he captioned the pic with:
"If SA politics was a boxing match."
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South African social media users couldn't deal with how hilarious and relatable the post was:
Although the Democratic Alliance (DA) is the official opposition, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and the African National Congress (ANC) are often pitted against each other; currently, the Covid-19 lockdown is a point of contention between the parties.
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The EFF believes that a stricter lockdown is necessary and has repeatedly called for schools not to reopen.
The ANC is trying to balance the economic impact of the lockdown against the risk the virus poses to the population.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that a social media user who goes by the handle @RealMrumaDrive uploaded a photo of Kaizer Chiefs captain Itumeleng Khune, which he had photoshopped to change his hairstyle.
Upon seeing Khune's post about missing his barber, the fan asked why Khune didn't just ask him to help out. A fan suggested that he should just go ahead and do it and that he was sure that Khune would love the result.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that this same social media user, Rumani, hilariously photoshopped uBaba into an image with Fikile Mbalula and the end results even left Mbaks impressed.
In January, Fikile Mbalula appeared on Eusebius McKaizer's show and the transport minister took to Twitter to share a couple of snaps taken at the interview.
"Thank you for the invite and interview: always great and professional," Mbaks wrote in the tweet.
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