"Trevor, I never get this type of applause so I am jealous," the president quipped. "We welcome Trevor, he's come for an assignment but he's come home as well.
"I had a moment to chat to him about his work. I was particularly impressed about the foundation that he's set up to work on education which is run by one of his colleagues, Charlene, so we applaud him for ploughing back into the country once again," Ramaphosa told MPs.
"But he's also here to come and look at me and all of you to make fun of me, he's promised that he's going to make fun of me. So he will stay for a while and leave at his own leisure," Ramaphosa said good-naturedly.