- South African media personality and author Tumi Sole recently headed online to share a hilarious clip of a soldier struggling to march
- In the caption of the post, Sole compares the struggling soldier and the captain to Cyril Ramaphosa and Ace Magashule
- Mzansi found the entire thing super hilarious and shared many funny thoughts about it in the comment section
South African social media users are certainly full of jokes - particularly when it comes to the current political situation in the country. Taking to Twitter, a young South African media personality, @TumiSole shared a hilarious clip of a soldier struggling to march correctly.
In the funny clip, the soldier seems to be unable to pull himself together which forces the captain to step up and try and assist him and even this doesn't help. In the caption of the post, Sole hilariously compares the two soldiers to president Cyril Ramaphosa and Ace Magashule.
"Exclusive Vid of Cyril Ramaphosa trying to get Ace to tow the line! #ANCNEC," he wrote in the caption of the post.
Mzansi found the entire thing hilarious and shared many funny thoughts about it in the comment section. Read a few of their interesting comments below:
"A 400-year-old white colony and Ace is the one who is holding back black people economic progress. After Ace is gone all blacks will get land/banks/farms/mines/means of production."
"Luthuli House is on fire."
"the way a goletsang borukhu all the time! This man knows how to focus, it’s the focusing part that he’s struggling with!"
In other Briefly.co.za news about hilarious clips, a viral video of a distraught young man shedding uncontrollable tears as he begs his ex-girlfriend for a second and last chance has erupted a buzz on social media.
The unidentified man could be seen having a breakdown as he tearfully begs for the forgiveness of his former partner for a second chance. From the video clip, it appears that his action informed his ex-lover's decision to end their romantic relationship.
In the video which lasted less than a minute, the brokenhearted man promises to be a better person should he be given a second and last chance.
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