The lighter side of #AntiZumaMarches

On Friday, South African's made their voices heard when they gathered in several parts of Gauteng to Protest against President Jacob Zuma.

While the #AntiZumaMarches should not be taken lightly, there some moments and placards that brought out a smile and chuckle.

These tweets captured those hilarious moments.

A seemingly frustrated Arsenal supporter is asking for Arsenal manager, Arsène Wenger to also show himself the exit door.

Even Beyoncé was roped into the protest.


This article first appeared on 702 : The lighter side of #AntiZumaMarches


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