- Winnie Mandela has been honoured by renaming the small town of Brandfort after her
- She was exiled to the town in the Free State in 1977 by the apartheid government
- This is one of the ways that they government is honouring Winnie Mandela's legacy
A small Free State Town has been renamed in honour of the late struggle veteran Winni Mandela.
Arts and culture minister Nathi Mthethwa made the name change on Friday when he gazetted it.
The small town is significantly linked to Winnie Mandela. She was banished to the small town by the apartheid government in 1977. It is also the home town of the architect of apartheid Hendrik Verwoerd.
Winne lived in Brandfort until the mid 80's and then returned to her home in Soweto.
This is one of the ways that the government is honouring Winnie's legacy according to TimesLIVE.
Duduzile Zuma shares pic with her dad, SA can't stop comparing her to Ma Winnie
Former president Jacob Zuma's daughter is making waves online for more than just her political affiliations after sharing a sweet snap with her dad. The former 'first daughter' is being compared to Ma Winnie Mandela.
Duduzile Zuma first shared the happy pic with her father following The Constitutional Courts decision to hear Zuma's rescission application on the 12th of July.
"We Ended Our Day Still In High Spirits In #Nkandla … I Love You @PresJGZuma," the tender daughter captioned her post.
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In more on the Zuma family, Briefly News previously reported that Duduzile Zuma is seemingly not her father Jacob Zuma's only support. The young woman recently headed online to show appreciation to the many people who were making their way to Nkandla to show Zuma some support.
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"All roads lead to Nkandla. Amandla," she captioned the short video clip on Twitter.
Many people found the clip quite interesting and wasted no time heading to the comment section where they shared their thoughts about the Jacob Zuma and ConCourt debacle. Read a few of their comments below.
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Source: Briefly News