by Cece Smith

Producer and DJ Max Hurrell has kept South Africans entertained during this lockdown by collecting funny political moments and turning them into songs.
He gained fame after producing the crowd favourite, Zol, using the voice of Minister Nkosazana Dlamini- Zuma.
 She was so impressed; she dropped Max a message on social media congratulating him for “entertaining people during this difficult time.”
“I hope you will continue to use your platform to empower and inspire others now more than ever. Good luck,” she wrote.
She is not the only one who gave Mzansi a good laugh. Here are some more videos. 

 1: Zol – featunging Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma.

 

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WHEN PEOPLE ZOL 😂😂 What have I done 🤣

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What the Minister ACTUALLY said me!

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2: He made a song when the Eastern Cape health MEC Sindiswa Gomba passed gas during an interview.


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I won’t see heaven

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3: Another fan favourite is President Cyril Ramaphosa calling out John Steenhuisen.


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SHUT UP 🤣 Tell em’ Mr President

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4: Who could forget Ministe Fikile Mbalula’s taxi blunder.


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You sit down before you get in 😂

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5: And when Cope Member of Parliament Willie Madisha mocked Naledi Pandoor in parliament.

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HONG HONG 🤣

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