Enige persoon mag maar drome opstel, koester, verf en uitdeel aan diegene wat dit glo. En van die ANC takke sal hom ook natuurlik steun nes hulle met die ander “leiers” vir etlike jare doen. Natuurlik is daar ‘n paar ANC voorskrifte wat hy sal voortbou om waar te maak sodat hy nommer een kan word. Hy gaan glo volgens berigte die huidige nommer een die stryd aansê en onttroon. As Boer en Afrikaner het dit nog nooit regtig ‘n impak gehad wie daar bo sit nie, want liberale blankes en kommuniste kaders maak die wetgewings wat ons vernietig, naamlik hervorming, swart bemagtiging en vele ander.
Free tertiary education, land expropriation without compensation and the nationalisation of the Reserve Bank are some of the policies that Duduzane said he would implement.
Natuurlik is daar heelwat om te kwalifiseer vir die pos waaroor bespiegel word. Sommige ANC lede in media berigte, het hom as ‘n grap beskou.
Times 16 March 2021 – ANC stalwart Derek Hanekom has joined the masses in reacting to Duduzane Zuma’s plans to become the next leader of the ANC, saying he is a “joke” and “delusional”.
State capture and Zondo commission
A few months back it was stated in Eyewitness news that Duduzane Zuma maintained he had no regrets about working with the Gupta family, his former business associates. There are also interviews with him on the Zondo Commission. While refusing to explain his current business interests in Dubai, Duduzane said he was not living off the proceeds of a crime, and again dismissed claims that bags of money were moved out of South Africa to the United Arab Emirates to enable this.
The Guptas are at the centre of the inquiry being led by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo looking into wide-spread looting that took place during his father’s tenure as head of state.
Duduzane agreed that he was the one who set up the meeting between the Guptas, Jonas and himself. During his testimony at the commission in March, Jonas alleged that the former president’s son drove him to the Guptas’ Saxonwold home, where he was offered the job of finance minister together with a R600 million bribe to do the family’s bidding.
Former Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene, who became the first Cabinet minister to testify at the state capture commission earlier this year, also told the inquiry he believed he was fired by former President Jacob Zuma in 2015 because he refused to approve projects such as the nuclear programme that benefited the Guptas.
Nene made shocking revelations about his meetings with the Gupta family at their Saxonworld compound, saying he regarded those visits as one of his tasks as deputy minister. He previously admitted that he and controversial businessman Fana Hlongwane did meet with Jonas at the Guptas’ home but that was to address rumours the former deputy minister allegedly made about Hlongwane.
It was also revealed he also owned a house in Saxonwold, 600 metres away from the Gupta compound and explained he has conducted many meetings at the Guptas place because his residence was purely a private residence for him to stay.
Former president Jacob Zuma’s son, Duduzane is testifying at inquiry into State Capture under way in Parktown.
Duduzane Zuma, the son of former President Jacob Zuma, took the stand at the state capture inquiry on 7 October 2019. Here are 3 key moments from his first day at the inquiry.
Duduzane Zuma, the son of former President Jacob Zuma, returned to the commission of inquiry into state capture on 8 October 2019. The day before, Zuma said he was not given the opportunity to respond to allegations that implicated him in the state capture report.