- Snaps of Duduzane Zuma and the king of the Zulu nation, King Misuzulu have been shared online
- In the snaps, Zuma and Misuzulu are wearing dapper suits while in what looks like a conference room
- The post received many reactions from locals who speculated what the meeting was about
Duduzane Zuma recently rubbed shoulders with the Zulu nation's recently crown king, King Misuzulu KaZwelithini. In a post that was made by @_DJCappuccino, the two are wearing dapper suits and appear to be having a serious meeting.
"This is a historic moment, Rise Zulu Nation. King Misuzulu KaZwelithini Crown & Duduzane Zuma. Future is Looking Bright High brightness symbol #Zumatrial," the post was captioned.
The post garnered many reactions from locals who loved how dapper the pair looked. Others however wondered out loud what the meeting could have been about. Meanwhile, a few locals bashed the Zuma and the king.
Read a few of their comments below:
No future looking bright here!
"King by name, king of inheritance! Where is his power to fix the nation's mass, and his father died knowing that he did not belong to the throne and there was no king here?"
"Ay bafwethu I love this king, he is so humble and I am sure he will modernize my Zulu ppl, he appears so modern and is so academical"
"Duduzane cannot wait for anyone to make him the King he thinks he is. He has just sworn himself aka lapa"
Briefly News also reported that Duduzane Zuma is quite serious about taking control of Mzansi and he recently made this super clear after doing an interview with a local radio station regarding his political plans, which he recently made public.
According to the young son of former president Jacob Zuma, South Africa needs work done and he is personally ready to put the necessary work into introducing the changes that will move the country forward.
"We have got a country to build, it is as simple as that. I'm willing to stand up and raise the bar," said Zuma in a Kaya Fm Interview on Wednesday this week.
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