10 Explosive reactions to Duduzane Zuma's ankle chains in court

10 Explosive reactions to Duduzane Zuma's ankle chains in court

Social media users reacted to Duduzane Zuma's ankle chains in court- and tweeps are not happy at all!

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Former president Jacob Zuma's son, Duduzane, appeared in court after he handed himself over to police on Monday morning.

However, what stood out about his court appearance was the shackles around his ankles, and it sparked a debate on social media.

Tweeps took to the social media platform to express their anger over Duduzane's ankle chains and Briefly.co.za gathered the 10 most explosive tweets about it.

A lot of social media users felt it was unnecessary for Duduzane to be put in shackles, seeing as he handed himself over. Gayton McKenzie was one of the people who condemned the ankle chains.

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Some tweeps felt the ankle chains were a means to embarrass the former South African president's son.

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As Briefly.co.za reported earlier, Duduzane appeared in court on charges of corruption. However, his case was postponed 24 January 2019, and he was released on a R100 000 bail.

Duduzane had to hand in his passport as part of the conditions of his bail. Duduzane will also have to report in at the Rosebank Police Station once a week.

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