On the #WeekendBreakfast with Phemelo Motene, satirical character Coconut Kelz couldn't stop talking about President Cyril Ramaphosa's ride on a Metrorail train.
Commuting like an ordinary South African, the President was two hours late reaching his destination.
Coconut Kelz says she felt very sorry for him.
I would have been terrified. I mean even the Gautrain, now that they've opened cheaper routes on the Gautrain, I'm like aikona!— Coconut Kelz, Satirical character
Coconut Kelz herself, she says, was not prepared to risk a ride with Metrorail.
We were supposed to be there, but then when they said it's actually Metro and not Gau, I was like no ways, like it's really dangerous.— Coconut Kelz, Satirical character
She also told Phemelo how she spent her Human Rights Day.
I was fighting for my human rights at Tashas. The queues are too long. My human right is to not wait more than 15 minutes for a table at Tashas.— Coconut Kelz, Satirical character
Mindful of the May elections, Coconut Kelz also gave her take on the Dagga Party.
They're trying to come back... Dagga, it's a poor man's party, it's a poor man's cigarette...— Coconut Kelz, Satirical character
For more hilarity with Coconut Kelz, take a listen: