[LISTEN] 'Jacob Zuma didn't know you have to pay for food on the plane'
Most people have been wondering what Simon Hodgson and former president Jacob Zuma talked about on the the plane to Durban.
Speaking to Azania Mosaka, Hodgson says they spent 50 minutes of the flight munching on the Pringles chips the former president shared with him and his son.
The cutest moment was when my son had a packet of speckled Easter eggs and he asked Jacob Zuma would you like one? And the former president was super warm and said yes he would want one; he loves chocolates and he took it.Simon Hodgson
Then he pulled out a packet of mints and he offered that, and my son had one of those.Simon Hodgson
Hodgson says Zuma offered them chips on the plane but could not find his wallet to pay for them. But a good Samaritan offered to pay for the former president's snacks.
Find out who paid for the packet of chips for the former president
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