- Dudu Myeni has visited former president Jacob Zuma and delivered food parcels
- She delivered the food parcels to Zuma and explained that the former president was hosting a lot of people at Nkandla lately
- Social media users have reacted to the news with mixed feelings, some are expecting more tea parties at Nkandla in the future
Former SAA chairperson has delivered food to former president Jacob Zuma's R250 million Nkandla home. She was recorded in a video with Zuma explaining that he was hosting a lot of people at Nkandla lately.
She also noticed what a good host he was and that he was always providing for his guests and wanted to help out with a donation of food parcels.
Zuma has hosted Jukus Malema and Police Minister Bheki Cele as well as members of the MKMVA.
Social media users took the comments section to react to the video:
"This one thinks about chowing her. I can see the body language. He does not have time for her nonsense of groceries."
"Looks like we can expect many more visitors&tea parties at Nkaaaandla! Time to pay back Dudu, JZ has always rewarded you for your loyalty. It is so good to see such 'random acts of kindness' but always better when they are done in secret without having to broadcast or even know who."
"Plain truth: It's all started with a cup of tea with @Julius_S_Malema. And the rest realized that have neglected their comrade @jacobzuma. Hypocrisy in the SA political landscape!"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that President Cyril Ramaphosa took part in a question and answer session with the South African National Editors’ Forum (SANEF). He was posed a number of questions and one of them was regarding former president Jacob Zuma.
He revealed the Zuma would be meeting with the ANC's top six very soon.
He started answering the question by stating that no one is above the law and everyone who lives in South Africa must abide by the Consitution.
In other news, 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.
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