Duduzane Zuma's sister shares sweet message on his 38th birthday

Duduzane Zuma's sister shares sweet message on his 38th birthday

- Duduzile Zuma took to social media to wish Duduzane a happy birthday

- The twin sister wrote a heartwarming Twitter post about her big brother and how he has supported her

- Many social media users were fascinated by the one-day age difference separating the siblings

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Duduzane Zuma's sister took to social media to wish her brother a happy birthday. She posted a heartfelt message gushing about her love for him. The siblings are twins separated by a one-day age difference.

Dudu Zuma-Sambudla posted some pictures of her brother along with the caption:

"Happy birthday to my other half. My twin. For the past 38 years, you have been my protector and my pillar. I had an amazing birthday yesterday, I pray and hope you have an amazing birthday today. May you be forever blessed my alpha twin. The Ying to my Yang. I love you Nxamalala"

Social media users joined in wishing the young Zuma a great day. Many were interested in how the twins were born on different days. Twitter user Mosiuoar1 said:

"Ey, Dudu you just shared a very interesting point about twins. Stereotype made us to think you are automatically born on the same day but nature dictates otherwise. We learn every day. Happy belated birthday to you and happy birthday to your brother."

MosiuoaMakhomj said:

"I had heard that when twins are born on different sides of the midnight, their date of birth is registered as pre midnight date for both."

MolokoHM said:

"Happy birthday to both of you... keep strong and agile. We at 38 have a long way to live..."

BantuHolomisa said:

"Convey my birthday wishes to your twin brother."

Owethu_94594 said:

"Happiest birthday to the hottest Zulu guy."

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Zamah81662542za said:

"I love you both my sweety pops, may God almighty and your ancestors grant you many more years to come. Enjoy your day Dudu and Duduzani."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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