Zuma trends online as tweeps reflect on his time as president of South Africa

- Former president Jacob Zuma has been trending on Twitter again as social media users reflect on the former president

- Zuma has featured prominently in the news recently after he refused to appear before the Zondo Commission of Inquiry

- Social media users brought up Zuma's recent guests as well as his achievements when he was president

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Former president Jacob Zuma has been trending on Twitter as social media users reflect on his time as president.

Tweeps have been talking about Zuma more often as his name has been dominating headlines recently as he refuses to appear before the Zondo Commission of Inquiry.

Quite a few people have stopped by his multi-million rand home in Nkandla to have "tea" with the former president, which has raised some eyebrows.

Here are some tweets from internet users who have something to say about Jacob Zuma:

Zuma hosts another tea party at Nkandla with the ANC Women's League


"The Zuma Administration makes a great study. His priority was Rural Development. He advanced that with great strategy and culture to support it; 2 new universities in remotest areas thus educating the bottom of the pyramid. New Medical School in Limpopo. A R1 billion rural hospital."


"@PresJGZuma hosted Mario Khumalo, founder of Put South Africans First and its Directors. Thanked President Zuma for his decisive leadership and ensuring that an African Child gets Free Education. Thanked My Father for the Love of Black People "


"Ever since Zondo wrote to the constitutional court, Nkandla has never been the same. Black People are flocking to Nkandla to tell Zuma he's not alone. The first President to produce more black CEO's, Black millionaires and black entrepreneurs in the history of SA."


"Zuma has 709 schools and two new universities built during his tenure, NSFAS became a bursary under him. A hospital in Kwa Mashu."
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"Today NSFAS doesn’t fund teaching and nursing, a deliberate act to destroy the education and healthcare for blacks."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that 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.

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