- Mzansi has been cracking all sorts of jokes around the mention of Deputy President David Mabuza's name
- All the jokes are centered around how quiet the Deputy President has been since he was sworn in
- Many locals did not even know who he was, all of them asking why he was trending on Twitter
Many South Africans have come to the realisation that Deputy President David Mabuza has been quite quiet since he came into the position in 2018. There hasn't been much mention about Mabuza.
Many South Africans were left truly puzzled by when Mabuza's name was recently brought up on social media. A lot of them did not even know who he was, all of them heading to the various comment sections to ask why the Deputy President was trending all of a sudden.
Soon those who did know him were making hilarious jokes and memes about Mabuza. Briefly.co.za has compiled some of the most hilarious tweets made by funny South Africans on the micro-blogging app.
Read them below:
"My reaction when someone tell me that David Mabuza is still Deputy President. Mr President Khune #VaccineforSouthAfrica."
"Who's David Mabuza and why is he trending?"
"David Mabuza's life is more confidential than our payslips... He's a silent killer."
"He is playing it safe so that he is not associated with Ramaphosa's failures. A good move if you're a deputy president so that you could pull the #ninewastedyears stunt. Funny the ANC manipulated masses will still buy that hogwash"
In other Briefly.co.za political news, Dr Xiaomei Harvard was appointed an MP to replace former minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu who tragically passed away due to Covid-19 complications.
When Harvard's appointment was announced there was a massive backlash on social media. Unfortunately, a number of the attacks were xenophobic in nature. ANC chief whip Pemmy Majodina released a statement that Xiaomei Harvard has lived in South Africa since 1994 and was married to a South African and has South African citizenship.
“In May 2019, she stood for elections on an ANC ticket having gone through a national list process and emerged as candidate 130 on the ANC national list as verified by the Independent Electoral Commission.
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