Hilarious Zuma and SONA 2016 memes

Following President Jacob Zuma’s 2016 State of the Nation Address, citizens took to Twitter to share their view of the annual speech.

By - February 12, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
Jacob Zuma

Following President Jacob Zuma’s 2016 State of the Nation Address, citizens took to Twitter to share their view of the annual speech.

According to a report by News24, even Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula got in on the act.

The memes were focused on Zuma’s speech, the EFF disrupting and then leaving the Parliamentary sitting, and Cope’s Mosiuoa Lekota accusing Zuma of breaking his oath of office.


Fikile Mbalula: On Cope leaving SONA 2016.Fikile Mbalula Tweet


Maps Maponyane: On a point of order honourable speaker.

Map Mapoyane


Verashni Pillay: Looks like we’re here again.

Mbete


Siv Ngesi: On SONA 2016 without the EFF.Siv Ngesi


“Basically the only part of society that was heard following the tumultuous 2015 was business.”

Business following SONA 2016


Eugene Khoza: On his view of ZumaTwitter post.

Guptastan


The News Guy: I’m just gonna leave this here…

Speaker


Honourable speaker, Honourable speaker

Honourable Speaker


Functional democracy

John Cena


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