Zuma family sends SA sweet Christmas message: ‘It’s time to be merry’

Zuma family sends SA sweet Christmas message: ‘It’s time to be merry’

- Tobeka Madiba-Zuma posted a picture of herself, Jacob Zuma, and their daughter on Instagram

- She wished South Africans a merry Christmas along with a touching message

- The post warmed the hearts of many South Africans on social media

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Former First Lady Tobeka Madiba-Zuma has penned a warm Christmas message to South Africans on behalf of her family.

She accompanied her message with a photo of herself, former President Jacob Zuma, and their daughter on Instagram earlier today, Briefly.co.za gathered. She wrote:

It’s time to be Merry. Our hearts are like the desert sand. Always waiting for the rain. Let your hope and love be like a shower. Let it wash away the pain you ever knew. So to every soul and every heart - A Merry Christmas.

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The message warmed the hearts of Instagram users and has been liked over 1,000 times so far. They also wished the Zuma family well. Jabulani wrote:

What a challenging year you had but you remained focused and one. May the good Lord give you courage and strength. Wishing you all of the best may you be blessed in all what you do.

Sthandiwe Msimang also wrote:

A blessed Christmas to you and the family, Mama. May you unwrap all God's promises and enjoy the finest from His table of choicest delicacies. You're loved.

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Tobeka Madiba-Zuma hasn't been shy to share photos and messages about her family on Instagram. Briefly.co.za reported recently that she sent Zuma a touching message.

She posted a photo of herself and the former head of state along with a caption which made it clear she would support him no matter what:

It’s alright, cause I got your back and I know you got mine too... we are pretty much the same book, just split up into two different volumes. Books get split into volumes when there’s too much inside to be contained by just one book. God must have planned it...Wonderful favour.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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