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Sunday Times - - OPINION -

WITH the Red Berets and the Des­per­ate Al­liance choos­ing to stay away from No 1’s re­sponse to the Pres­i­dency de­bate on Thurs­day, the Gup­tas’ proxy pres­i­dent could re­lax, kick back and gig­gle at his own jokes.

He took pot shots at MyMoney’s out­fit, par­tic­u­larly its en­er­getic MP David Maynier.

Hog­a­rth would de­scribe Maynier’s speech de­liv­ery as unique. When he speaks, it is as if the words are stuck in­side his body and he needs to give it a good shake to get them out and into the mic.

A bit like when you’re try­ing to get tomato sauce to come out of the bot­tle.

Zuma joked that per­haps he and Maynier should col­lab­o­rate and form a group. “I can sing and he can dance,” he quipped. Now, Hog­a­rth can’t quite see Maynier get­ting down to Umshini Wami, but maybe, just maybe, there is room for them to re­place Po­lice Min­is­ter Fik­ile Mbalula’s favourite boy band K-Ci and JoJo.

Davie and JayJay might just have a bright fu­ture per­form­ing at po­lice func­tions.

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