- Zuma was honoured for his bravery and as the "father of radical economic transformation"
- At the gala dinner, he addressed the audience, saying that black people need to unite
- He said that in order for radical economic transformation to be successful, black people need to stop being divided by external forces
Zuma addressed audiences during the National Funeral Parlour Association (Nafupa) gala dinner on Thursday night, where he said that blacks need to unite to ensure that radical economic transformation can take place.
The former statesman was honoured for his bravery exuding black excellence and for being the “father of radical economic transformation.”
Zuma repeatedly stated he was excited to see that Nafupa is a united formation seeking radical economic transformation, Briefly.co.za gathered.
He added black people are the only race that gets divided by other nations and then fight amongst themselves.
Zuma said that in the South African context, white minority capital uses black people working in their organisations to create a rift and maintain supremacy.
During his presidency, Zuma often spoke about an external force that was using some of his own African National Congress (ANC) comrades to publically attack him and damage his image.
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