South African President Cyril Ramaphosa was booed by Zimbabweans as he was giving his speech at the funeral of Zimbabwe’s founding leader, Robert Mugabe.

Ramaphosa was quick to realise that Zimbabweans are not happy with the violence they are being subjected to by his people, he then apologized.

“In the last two weeks, we have had violence against other Africans, and I can hear you are responding to that. I stand before you as a fellow African to express my regret and apologize for what has happened in our country. ”

He went on to say, “We are going to work hard to ensure cohesion of South Africans and African from other countries.”

He then got wild cheers when he ended his speech in Shona, “Fambai zvakanaka Gushungo.” (Go well, Gushungo)