Duduzane Zuma reacts to load-shedding woes: "My father warned you"

Duduzane Zuma reacts to load-shedding woes: "My father warned you"

- Duduzane Zuma has allegedly reacted to the Eskom woes

- The son of former President Jacob Zuma fired shots at the ANC

- According to the post, Duduzane said his dad allegedly warned South Africans about the current situation

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South Africans are still recovering from Eskom's shock announcement of load-shedding stage 6 on Monday. The power outages has since been cut down to stage 4 again and Duduzane Zuma has allegedly reacted to Eskom's situation on a Twitter account believed to belong to him.

On the Twitter page - which boasts 40 000 followers despite not being verified yet - Duduzane allegedly said his dad, former SA President Jacob Zuma, warned Mzansi about the current problem.

Duduzane's post added the next step will be to privatise the power utility - something his dad saw coming before he was "bullied" into a resignation by the ruling party.

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Duduzane followed up the tweet with another, adding the government promised South Africans a load-shedding-free summer and he went on to throw shade at Pravin Gordhan.

The post read:

"The government handle not so long ago promised the citizens that they will not experience #Loadshedding in summer. One would ask which summer was it referring to because things have escalated for the worse, we are in #loadsheddingstage6 and Pravin thinks it’s not a national crisis"

The posts gathered a mixed reaction from South Africans - some agreed with the former head of state's son while others said Zuma did enough damage on his own.

Briefly.co.za reported earlier that AKA caused a major debate on social media last night when he decided to blame the booting of ex-president Jacob Zuma for load-shedding.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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