- Hlaudi Motsoeneng is the latest person to visit former president Jacob Zuma
- Zuma’s daughter Duduzile shared some snaps of the "tea party"
- The details of the meeting were not revealed but the list of people visiting Zuma is growing
Hlaudi Motsoeneng has added his name to a long list of people who have recently visited former president Jacob Zuma at Nkandla.
Motsoeneng, the African Content Movement (ACM), joined Zuma for a cup of tea. He has been a strong supporter of Zuma. Motsoeneng was the former Chairperson of the SABC when Zuma was in power.
Zuma’s daughter Duduzile shared some snaps fo Hlaudi and Zuma sharing a special moment. The details of the meeting were not revealed.
"Hallmark of today’s tea with @PresJGZuma Hlaodi Motsoaneng, vilified4implementation of 90% Local content in Favour of SA Artists. A visionary who led SABC paid salaries&never retrenched anyone. Second day SABC Employees are shown flames. Thank you Hlaodi4Putting SA first. We miss u at SABC."
Social media users took to Twitter and shared their reactions in the comment section:
"Confirms the accusations that Hlaudi’s political@party together with that crazy ATM movement is the brainchild of Jacob Zuma and Ace Magashule."
"That 90% thing neatly collapsed the SABC. listenership in SABC stations dropped. Especially the commercials. The target audience didn't really like the type of music which was dominating there."
"How disrespectful of Hlaudi not to wear a mask and how irresponsible for Zuma not to. This is a terrible example to us. Covid is real."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Jacob Zuma has been receiving a lot of support from his daughter Duduzile Zuma regarding his decision to defy a ConCourt's ruling that he is compelled to visit the Zondo Commission and now his son Duduzane Zuma has also shared some support with his dad.
In a clip that has since gone viral on Twitter, Duduzane Zuma can be heard first speaking about political plans he has for the country and then he goes on to share words of encouragement with his father Jacob Zuma regarding his recent ConCourt defiance.
"Is it DZ24? I'm not sure what Duduzane is up to," @@Kgomo389 captioned the clip she uploaded of Duduzane.
In other news, the Inkatha Freedom Party's (IFP) national executive committee (NEC) has joined calls for former president Jacob Zuma to appear before the Zondo Commission. The party issued a statement on Tuesday, 2 March.
The IFP said that Zuma's decision to defy the Constitutional Court ruling to appear before the Commission was not justified, adding that contempt of court is unlawful and intentional.
The party called on Zuma to appear before the court to avoid setting a precedent that anyone is above the rule of law. The IFP believes that JZ should lead by example as his actions could be emulated.
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