The following politicians were captured on camera while sleeping in parliament or while attending serious meetings. What could be the cause? And how are they supposed to serve the nation while they sleep on duty?
A few days ago, President Cyril Ramaphosa hosted an Imbizo in Vaal. Ibizo is an engagement with communities to listen to their concerns about service delivery challenges across all three government sectors and civil society in order to better address them. However, the president was seen sleeping with minister in the Presidency Mondli Gungubele.
Deputy Chairperson of Finance and SES committee, was spotted sleeping during a meeting a few months ago. It was reported that half an hour after entering the workshop, the deputy chair was already fast asleep.
The former president has also been seen asleep on numerous occasions, including in parliament where he would address the nation, and even at outdoor events.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi was also asleep in parliament.
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