[WATCH] Zuma's karate moves has Twitter speculating about his defence prep
Another Tweet by former president Jacob Zuma has South Africans commenting.
Former president Jacob Zuma is seen engaging with his son Duduzane in a series of karate blocks used to protect oneself from punches and kicks in the foyer of Nkandla. It had Twitter wondering about his defence preparation...
“He who hesitates, meditates in a horizontal position,” quotes Zuma on his tweet, from renowned American martial artist and senior Grandmaster Ed Parker.
Watch the video below that has racked up over 100 000 views overnight:
“He who hesitates, meditates in a horizontal position.” – Ed Parker pic.twitter.com/S73lIgfFAH— Jacob G Zuma (@PresJGZuma) April 29, 2019
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Many took to Twitter complimenting him on being such a great dad.
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