- Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla shared a video of Julius Malema telling members of Parliament that he is "in charge"
- The clip was shared on Twitter and has gained over 31 000 views from locals who seem to be finding their own conclusions of why she shared it
- Duduzile did not add a caption to the post she shared which left much to the imagination of South African social media users
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Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla riled the internet up after sharing a video of EFF CIC Julius Malema in Parliament. The video shows Malema talking about him being "in charge". Malema makes note of the other members present in a confident manner.
Duduzile shared the video with no context as she did not add any caption to the post. The short clip has gained over 31 000 views on Twitter as South Africans share various opinions about what the meaning behind the video could be. Juju starts off by saying:
"No one is going to tell me what to do at what time, I'm in charge. That's why these fool are running around here. I'm in charge."
The video is from the 2020 post-SONA debate. Take a look at the clip below:
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Saffas seemed to try to come to their own conclusions about why she posted the video:
"I am sure you voted for the Economic Freedom Fighters."
"What goes around comes back."
"No lies detected."
@JMoerr responded with:
"No. The Guptas are in charge. The Zumas just facilitate their criminality."
"He sure is in charge..."
"When he mentioned fools your father was part of ANC fools he was talking about..."
Duduzile Zuma sparks reactions with post saying SA had "9 grateful years" under Zuma, Mzansi does not agree
Previously, Briefly News reported that former president Jacob Zuma's very vocal daughter, Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla took to social media to show her appreciation for her father and was met with some backlash from some South Africans.
Heading to Twitter on Friday morning 12 November, Duduzile posted a picture of her father with writing that reads "A leader". Along with the image, Duduzile captioned the image implying that Zuma's reign as South Africa's president was the best.
The caption reads:
"We Had 9 Grateful Years Under You #PresidentZuma"