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20 Jan 2017
11:26 am

Five pics of Zuma in awkward positions with women

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It seems the president's eyes are always a point of focus for photographers who captured these awkward pictures.

Picture: Instagram.

President Jacob Zuma may have four wives, but that has not stopped the internet from capturing the awkward positions he has found himself in with women. He could be doing something as innocent as hugging someone, but the internet always finds a different angle of the pictures and turn them into a meme.

In some of the pictures, they somehow look like he was checking out these women because he just happens to be looking in their direction. There is a picture of him standing behind his ex-wife, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, and now it has been turned into a meme with the caption: “When you have dumped her, but she just became finer than before, and now you do not remember breaking up with her.”

Check out the picture below:

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A photo posted by Ndumie Njengele (@pitjoza1) on

Remember when Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane said ANC members and Cabinet ministers would use their buttocks to defend President Jacob Zuma?

Read more: Use buttocks to defend Zuma – Nomvula Mokonyane 

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FILE PICTURE: Nomvula Mokonyane during the swearing-in ceremony on May 25, 2014 in Pretoria. (Photo by Gallo Images / Foto24 / Brendan Croft)

FILE PICTURE: Nomvula Mokonyane during the swearing-in ceremony on May 25, 2014 in Pretoria. (Photo by Gallo Images / Foto24 / Brendan Croft)

 

Last year in December, a picture circulated on social media showing the president standing awkwardly close to Mamokgethi Phakeng, who shared the picture, with his arms around her.

Read more:  ‘I almost kissed the president’

What is really happening in the picture is that the president was putting a medal around Phakeng’s neck, only that she should have faced the opposite direction. Now it looks as though the two were about to kiss. Check out the picture below:

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Again last year, a picture of “President Jacob Zuma” affectionately embracing an unknown woman from behind caused a riot on social media. Was it photoshopped? Well, former Cosatu general-secretary Zwelinzima said the picture had indeed been photoshopped.

Read more: PIC: ‘Zuma’ hugs woman from behind, stuns Twitter 

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Perhaps the most embarrassing of them all is this of four women who interrupted the president’s post-election speech by staging a silent protest at the IEC centre in Pretoria on August 3. The four women were holding placards written “Remember Khwezi” in honour of Fezekile Ntsukela Kuzwayo, who had accused the president of rape. How the president managed to continue with his speech, we have no idea.

Also read: Now we’ll never know who ‘sent Khwezi’ to Zuma’s house – Kunene 

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#RememberKhwezi protesters. Picture: Twitter.

#RememberKhwezi protesters. Picture: Twitter.