Since the former head of state opened a Twitter account, South Africans have gotten a better view into his personal life.
Taking to Twitter on Thursday, former President Jacob Zuma shared a photo of himself with his son, Duduzane, in his lavish home.
Msholozi did not write a caption for the photo, which showed him having a standoff with his son.
The photo gathered quite the response and social media users were left divided on the snap of Zuma and Duduzane.
Social media user @Sibuzakes wrote: "Like father like Son that's all I can say."
KingPin, who goes by the Twitter handle @Keuzaphonik, commented: "We must investigate that young man Duduzane for aiming at the people's president. That's treason."
Meanwhile, Duduzane can breathe a sigh of relief after the NPA dropped their charges against him on Wednesday.
Briefly.co.za reported previously, the NPA is expected to provisionally withdraw the corruption charges against Duduzane Zuma at the Specialised Commercial Crime Court on Thursday.
Duduzane's lawyers have declined to comment until the process is finalised. Spokesperson for the NPA, Phindi Mjonondwane, has said that the state will also wait until after court proceedings to comment.
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