Former president Jacob Zuma's Valentine's Day gift to the nation, although warming the hearts of many South Africans from Pretoria to Parys, clearly was too little too late for this less-than-impressed interviewee.
eNCA journalist Nickolaus Bauer was among the journalists last night taking to the streets to gauge the reactions to Zuma's long-awaited resignation. What he stumbled upon wasn't post-Mugabe-resignation-style celebrations, but South Africans who were simply gatvol of the former incumbent.
Take a look at the hilarious video below (and some other side-splitting reactions):
This was obviously the pick of the bunch as eNCA presenter Nickolaus Bauer tries his best not to laugh, and here are the rest of the best reactions:
A Polite warning ⚠ To all African leaders.— THE WANGA™ (@Frank_Wanga) February 15, 2018
If we elect you and you fail to behave, we will make sure you all follow Jacob Zuma. We don't want pathetic leadership.
You have been Warned#ZumaExit#ZumaResigns pic.twitter.com/Lnjy8MLx1T
Now that Zuma resigned Mmusi can stop sending us smses. #ZumaResigns— Champ Payne (@Champ_Payne) February 14, 2018
This is a perfect song to mourn Jacob Zuma the greatest vocalist that the ANC has ever had sudden resignation 😭💔 pic.twitter.com/214yl4gMtw— Moe (@moesuttle) February 14, 2018
Now the EFF will have to sit through a whole SONA.... Imagine... A full day at the office pic.twitter.com/tu9cfPVg35— Babes WePetition (@Neli_Ngqulana) February 14, 2018
When the incoming President walks with Swag at the Sea Point Promenade 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/0lWXIqybDI— Mandla Sibeko (@msibeko) February 15, 2018