Thami Kwazi
Lifestyle Print Editor
3 minute read
3 Dec 2020
2:33 pm

Duduzane Zuma’s walk can cure Covid-19, says social media

Thami Kwazi

Excited student posted videos of Zuma on campus greeting many of them as they screened.

Duduzane Zuma. Picture: Citizen reporter

Scores of young and older people alike came out to see the young politician.

It’s been said he was campaigning for the South African Students Congress (Sasco) on the campus.

This was following a video earlier in the week of Zuma walking to an tune by Big Zulu Mali Eningi featuring Riky Rick. Loosely translated, it means “I wish I had a lot of money”.

Many women on social media jokingly declared that his walk could cure Covid-19 and unemployment. Others said he would make a great president. The son of former president Jacob Zuma previously declared that he would be entering the presidential race in 2024.

Zuma has been married to Shanice Stork since 2015 and the couple have one child together. When asked about whether or not he would be following in his father’s footsteps by adding another wife to the mix, he could not be drawn on a definitive answer.

 

 

 

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