- Duduzane Zuma briefly appeared in court just to hear his case has been postponed to 24 January
- When the charming businessman left the court, he took time to talk to some women outside the building and they lost their cool
- The women were wearing DA shirts and were presumably there to protest against Zuma
The culpable homicide case against former president Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane Zuma has been postponed yet again at the Randburg Magistrate's Court.
Duduzane Zuma's homicide case was postponed yet again, this time until next year, according to a report by News24.
Zuma's case will continue on the 24th of January when he will face 2 cases of culpable homicide and a case of negligent driving.
However, the 34-year old was the talk of South Africa for a different reason this time. When he made his way from the Randburg Magistrate's Court, he caught the attention of some ladies.
These ladies were wearing DA shirts and were likely there to protest against Zuma, but the minute they saw him, protesting was the last thing on their minds.
When Zuma approached and talked to them, the woman lost their composure somewhat embarrassingly.
A video was taken of the incident and is quickly going viral.
Tweeps had a lot to say about the incident:
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