5 interesting facts about one of SA's most wanted men: Duduzane Zuma

5 interesting facts about one of SA's most wanted men: Duduzane Zuma

The son of the former president of South Africa, Duduzane Zuma has been in the news for all the wrong reasons lately. He is being actively hunted by the Hawks and is currently in hiding.

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Briefly.co.za put together this list with the help of okmzansi.co.za of interesting facts about one of SA's most wanted:

1. Duduzane Zuma is one of Jacob Zuma's 22 children. He has a twin sister, Duduzile Zuma. He is 24 years old and attended Pretoria Boys High School.

READ ALSO: South Africa's most well known fugitive, Atul Gupta, spotted in Dubai at South African Consulate

2. His mother was Kate Mantsho, she was married to Jacob Zuma for 18 years. She died in 2000 at the age of 44. She allegedly died after taking an overdose of malaria and sleeping pills.

3. In 2015 he married Shanice Stork and the wedding was held in Ballito at the luxurious Zimbali Lodge. In 2015 he also applied for permanent residency in the United Arab Emirates.

4. In 2014, Duduzane was involved in an accident with a minibus which resulted in the death of a woman, Phumzile Dube. Shaun Abrahams considers reinstating the charges against him.

READ ALSO: Zuma expected to face 18 charges after prosecutors dismiss his representations

5. There is a reward in excess of R1-million for information resulting in the arrest of Duduzane Zuma and the three Gupta brothers, Ajay, Atul and Tony.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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