- Journalist Nickolaus Bauer has once again managed to get a hilarious moment on camera
- On Friday, Bauer asked a farmer for a comment on the Senekal saga during the second court appearance of the men accused of murdering Brendin Horner
- The 'boer' was clearly Afrikaans and he had a tough time answering in English
- His responded ended up leaving social media users laughing out loud
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South Africans are fearing the worst as the EFF and farmers traveled to Senekal for the second court appearance of the two men accused of murdering 21-year-old farm manager Brendin Horner.
However, the day did not hold just tense moments, but funny ones as well. Journalist Nickolaus Bauer was on the scene to report on the situation in the Free State town.
At one point, he asked one of the farmers for a comment but the man was clearly not English. The 'boer' responded with:
"I am not very fluent in English."
Bauer then tells the man he can speak in Afrikaans and the farmer's reaction had South Africans in stitches.
"Nou my fok, hoekom se jy nie so nie? (My f**k, why didn't you say so?)"
Eusebius McKaiser shared the video on Twitter and captioned it:
"Hahahahahaha. WHY is it always @NickolausBauer with these classic TV moments."
Take a look at the post below:
South Africans could not contain their laughter and they reacted to the farmer's response in the comment section.
Some tweeps applauded Bauer for managing to get these funny moments on camera.
Twitter user, @train411, commented:
"That was funny."
Another tweep, @ddeema1_2, wrote:
"He took me right back to Melville when he was approaching those guys."
Briefly.co.za reported earlier on another clip that had South Africans laughing out loud. It seems that some of the EFF supporters have missed the memo and aren't quite sure what they travelled to the town to achieve.
A clip, shared by South Africa Now, reveals a female supporter taking part in the protest. When asked why she had travelled from her hometown to Senekal, she explained simply that she had come to 'support this case'.
The woman further explained that she was protesting against the racism and when probed as to who had been racist she answered that she suspected it had been the 'white ones'.
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