- Jacob Zuma’s daughter, Dudu Zuma-Sambudla, revealed some damning information against the African National Congress (ANC)
- According to her, the former president has been the victim of secret plots and betrayals against him
- Dudu singled out ANC veteran Reverend Frank Chikane, as she opened up about her mother's death
Former President Jacob Zuma is a polarising figure to say the least. While uBaba enjoys loyal support in certain quarters, others view him as a corrupt thief.
However, according to his daughter, Dudu Zuma-Sambudla, he has been the victim of covet plots to slander his name.
Zuma-Sambudla launched a verbal tirade against the ANC and singled out ANC veteran Reverend Frank Chikane when she revealed some details linked to her mother taking her own life 20 years ago.
Zuma and his son, Duduzane, have been engaging in Zoom video sessions which have been shared via social media.
In a recent Zoom chat, Duduzane claims that he and Chikane were involved in a tug-of-war over his mother's note at the time of her passing. Chikane allegedly got away with the letter and Duduzane hasn't seen it since.
Zuma-Sambudla shared some details of the day her mother passed on and spoke of Chikane's presence at their home.
According to reports at the time, the note allegedly called for Zuma to be banned from attending her funeral, which sparked controversy.
Chikane took to Twitter and stated he opted to refrain from commenting on the Zuma's allegations out of respect for the late Kate Mantsho Zuma.
He concluded by saying, "Comrade Jacob Zuma should take responsibility to correct his son because he knows the truth. I hope he has done so, or will still do it!”
However, Briefly.co.za gathered that Zuma-Sambudla was having none of it, as she lashed out at Chikane and other party members.
Zuma-Sambudla accused the ANC of trying to "bury" Zuma in court and also believes the media and general public are targeting the family.
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported that Duduzane opened up about his mother's death and how the media came into possession of a note she had left.
He also spoke about David Mabuza, whose life he helped save after he had been poisoned.
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