- Duduzane Zuma, Jacob Zuma's son has returned to South Africa and caused quite a scene in Durban
- Duduzane stopped at a popular entertainment spot in the city and chose to mingle with the people, taking selfies as crowds jostled to get close to him
- He has a reputation for stealing the show and is very popular with some sections of the ANC
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Duduzane Zuma, son of former president Jacob Zuma has returned to South Africa from Dubai and his caused quite a stir.
When exactly he landed is not known but he caused quite a commotion in KwaMashu on Saturday night.
Duduzane and his bodyguards arrived at Wiseman carwash and shisanyama which is in the G section of the township.
He made a point of sitting in the general area instead of in the VIP area reserved for important patrons according to IOL.
People were eager to get selfies taken with Duduzane and he posed for a number of them. He was treated like a celebrity and the DJ even played "uBaba ka Duduzane" which sent the patrons into a frenzy.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that former president Jacob Zuma's son, Duduzane, has encouraged his father to 'do what he needs to do' in regards to his treatment at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into State Capture.
The ex-president released a statement on Friday, raising concerns over reports claiming that the commission had issued subpoenas for a minimum of 20 accounts linked to the family.
Zuma had drawn the line at the 'declaration of war', adamant that he would fight with all his might after his children were targeted by the probe.
In other news, former president Jacob Zuma is furious about the possibility of having his children's bank accounts probed for State Capture purposes. Zuma has come out and expressed that he "draws the line" at anyone who is coming after his children in investigations against him.
Zuma said that coming after his children is a "declaration of war" which would result in him fighting back with everything he has.
In a statement that was released on Friday, Zuma said he had noted that there had been a report by the Sunday Times alleging that the Zondo Commission had turned its focus to his children's bank accounts.
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