"Wenzeni uZuma?" - "What wrong did Zuma do?"
That is a song that has now surpassed even "Mshini wami" as the favourite among former president Jacob Zuma's supporters.
It was composed by a Durban-based Cosatu shop steward, now late, in 2005 soon after the then deputy president was fired by Thabo Mbeki, the then head of state.
At the time the song was a protest against the state's plans to charge Zuma on corruption charges relating to his then financial adviser Schabir Shaik and the Arms Deal.
Today, however, it is used to plead the innocence of the former president on all accusations leveled against him, including the charge that he basically handed over the running of the Republic to the hands of his friends the Guptas.
Like in the Arms Deal case, Zuma denies any wrong doing relating to his relationship with the Guptas. He insists that he never used his political office to benefit the family which happens to be business partners with at least one of his children.