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Chester Missing chuckles over President's 'question and giggle' Parly session

Ungovernable duo Chester Missing and Conrad Koch reflect on the week's most controversial news headlines.

Listen to the full conversation from The Redi Tlhabi Show:

There was no shortage of quips and gags as the revolutionary puppet and his sidekick poked fun at the following current affairs topics:

  • Adele's Hello song and musical comeback.

  • The controversy surrounding Charlie Sheen's recent HIV/Aids disclosure.

  • President Jacob Zuma's uncontrollable laugh during the final Q&A in Parliament.

  • National student protests over free university education.

  • Cassper Nyovest's successfull #FillUpTheDome concert.

  • ANC's ongoing Hitachi scandal.

  • Stellenbosh University's revised language policy.

  • The troubles at national carrier, SAA.

This article first appeared on 702 : Chester Missing chuckles over President's 'question and giggle' Parly session


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