- Ex-president Jacob Zuma says it is painful for him to witness Africans being used as the 'instruments of white people'
- The politician is set to release an interview on Youth Day but a snippet was released ahead of time as a teaser
- In the clip, Zuma claims that educated Africans assist white people in certain battles
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Jacob Zuma is expected to release an interview on 16 June when South Africa celebrates Youth Day.
Duduzane Zuma's twin sister Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla released a sneak peek into the interview, which appears to have been shot at Zuma's Durban North home.
During the snippet, Zuma discusses his pain at seeing Africans being used as 'instruments of white people', coming to their assistance during certain fights:
“But at the centre of this is an African child, absolutely problematic for me to see Africans who are doctors, who are professors but still thinking like white people. That’s the problem I have, if not just thinking like white people but being instruments of white people. That kills me."
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The clip went viral after it attracted almost 20 000 views but the comments put forward sparked a debate over the ex-president's legacy.
Briefly.co.za reported that Zuma and Duduzane had released , an eight-part series discussing a wide range of different topics.
Zuma had taken full advantage of the platform to air his opinions without restriction and attacked the judiciary, adamant that he would not be able to obtain a fair trial in his Thales corruption saga.
The ex-president insists that certain judges had already prematurely found him guilty, hinting that this would sway any case he brought before them:
“Some people in the judiciary have unfortunately pronounced that Zuma will never win a case in my court, it is a sad thing that in a free country that you fought for, you must feel you are in the same situation as it were during apartheid.
"Now as a free man during the democratic time, it is almost always a given in the country that if you went to certain courts, Jacob Zuma cannot win a case."
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