Giggling Zuma wipes smiles off MPs' faces

2015-11-19 17:29


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Cape Town – President Jacob Zuma’s signature giggle raised the ire of some MPs on Thursday, but that only managed to spur on more laughter from the country's leader .

The president was answering questions in the National Assembly, and chuckled his way through most of the two-hour session.

And when EFF MP Mbuyiseli Ndlozi complained, asking him to take the House seriously, an unrepentant Zuma told him he would always laugh.

"Does it hurt you when I laugh? He he he," he said, laughing.

The president chuckled through questions on the integrity of the IEC, and when talking about his supposed friendship with its new chairperson Vuma Mashinini.

And when an MP congratulated him for following doctor’s orders and always laughing, Zuma said it really was healthy to laugh.

And he continued to laugh, and laugh...

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