People have started to take the problem of the President of the Republic of South Africa very personally, as evidenced by the fact that they are now going out of their way to make fun of Julius Malema, who is the President of the Economic Freedom Fighters.
Kenny Kunene uploaded a photo to his Facebook page showing Malema on his property with a herd of sheep. He claimed that this was an attempt to make fun of him and that the cows in question belonged to the President of the Economic Freedom Fighters. Because it was common knowledge that those animals were sheep and not cows, we could only conclude that the speaker was attempting to make fun of the president. He was deliberately causing Julius to feel upset by pointing out that he is the one who has been demanding that Ramaphosa step down from his position.
Because they never miss an opportunity to make fun of one another when they have the chance to do so openly, politicians in South Africa do not give each other a moment to catch their breath because they are constantly trying to one-up each other.
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