- The leadership of the ANC Woman's League has confirmed that they will be going to see former president Jacob Zuma in Nkandla
- While the leaders did not want to disclose all the details around why their visiting, they did say there were important matters to discuss
- Meanwhile, many South Africans have headed online to speculate on what the visit will be about
Former President Jacob Zuma must be quite the host since so many South African prominent figures are flocking to his Nkandla homestead for a bout of "tea." The latest bunch of people who are planning a trip to Nkandla are the ANC Women's League.
According to reports, the organisation's secretary-general Meokgo Matuba, confirmed that she and a few other leaders would be visiting Nkandla soon. Matuba did not however reveal when or exactly why they were going.
Meanwhile, many South Africans have headed online to speculate about why they are going. A lot of people also joked about the various tea parties the former president has had in the last few weeks. Read some of their comments below:
Brutus Mojela Mojela said:
"Zuma already said a drum is always full of tea for anyone who still want to pay a visit and apparently msholozi is still the king of ANC structures and they still regard him as their president."
Darryl Maze said:
"It's becoming an absolute joke how they are all running to Zuma. They all know that if he goes down they all go down. Corrupt to the core. Criminals protecting criminals. Anc may have fought for freedom but they have made corruption their number one focus."
John Sema said:
"Those who thought Education makes one to be influential are proven wrong. The educated fools keep visiting the most powerful politician in the country."
Luxolo Hlubi Mhlana said:
"So every Tom and Jerry is visiting Zuma."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that it seems Juju’s tea with former President Jacob Zuma has opened up the floodgates for people to visit the elderly man. A photo of Cassper shaking hands with Jacob Zuma is doing the rounds on social media and it is apparently from a recent meeting held on Monday, 15 February, according to the author of the post.
Twitter user Africansoil shared the picture online along with the caption:
“The eNkandla National Keypoint is busy these days...we like it. Check this greeting!”
The picture caused a massive reaction from social media users who did not expect the development. Twitter user Ancient2928 said:
“Cassper will make a song about Mr Zuma soon. Perhaps was asking for blessings.”
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