Trevor Noah introduced US audiences to President Jacob Zuma on the Daily Show last year.Noah highlighted Zuma’s government-funded home renovation, corruption and counting skills.
He was also quick to point out that corruption within government was not an Africa-specific issue, and that dozens of world dignitaries are linked to shady offshore businesses, thanks to a Panama law firm.
I'm not gonna lie it's fun being in a country where it feels like the president knows as little as we do about what's going on. #united— Trevor Noah (@Trevornoah) March 5, 2017
And now that South Africans are marching against the president.
At home they said I must send the the #peoplesmarch's pictures,guess which I sent.. #MarchBriefing #saxonwold #AntiZumaMarches #SAUnites pic.twitter.com/AfHT0cfIL6— Sundowns_Fanatic (@Solomon_Madube) April 7, 2017