What does Zuma's laughter in Parliament mean?

EFF spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi on Thursday complained that President Jacob Zuma "laughed off" the opposition's questions during his last question-and-answer session for 2015 in Parliament.

The Star's headline on Friday was: "It's all a big joke to Zuma". Redi Tlhabi tried to make sense of what this laughter could mean from a psychological perspective.

Listen to the audio below:

A child lives up to his name... President Zuma's name has is Gedleyihlekisa, which means to laugh, so cut him some slack

George, listener

Listeners also weighed in on Twitter on what they make of the president's laughter.


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