- Duduzane Zuma recently spoke candidly about his plans to become the president of SA in an interview with a local broadcaster
- In the interview, Zuma Jnr confidently says that he will raise the bar once he becomes the country's leader
- The young Zuma also said that the country needs work done and that was he is prepared to do
Duduzane Zuma is quite serious about taking control of Mzansi and he recently made this super clear after doing an interview with a local radio station regarding his political plans, which he recently made public.
According to the young son of former president Jacob Zuma, South Africa needs work done and he is personally ready to put the necessary work into introducing the changes that will move the country forward.
Zuma also said that he is willing to raise the bar - that is when it comes to being president of South Africa.
"We have got a country to build, it is as simple as that. I'm willing to stand up and raise the bar," said Zuma in a Kaya Fm Interview on Wednesday this week.
Briefly News earlier reported that Duduzane Zuma, son of former president Jacob Zuma has revealed that he wants to be the next leader of the ANC. According to an article by local newspaper, Rapport, Duduzane has said that he wants to challenge President Cyril Ramaphosa for the presidency of the ANC.
Times Live reported that he was recruiting supporters within the ANC branches in Kwa-Zulu-Natal. Duduzane Zuma wants to challenge Ramaphosa at the ANC's next national elective conference. He said that this should not be seen as an attempt by him to interfere with the court challenges his father faces.
"“It is time to move forward, and I believe there is now an opportunity to get involved. I believe I have a lot to offer [as president of the party] and I’m willing to stick my neck out for the ideals that are not being realised,” he told the paper.
South Africans shared various reactions to Zuma's intention of running for president and most of them were admittedly not very enthusiastic.
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