- Elements of the radical economic transformation (RET) is backing Duduzane Zuma to lead the eThekwini region
- Supporters of former eThekwini mayor Zandile Gumede and pushing for him to a candidate
- Duduzane recently was elected as a chairperson of the ANC Ward 11 in Newlands in Durban
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DURBAN - The faction within the ANC that supports radical economic transformation (RET) is backing former president Jacob Zuma's son, Dudzane Zuma.
They want him to lead the eThekwini region and are supporting his bid to become a candidate for the chair of the region.
The Citizen reports that former eThekwini mayor Zandile Gumede's supporters are now backing Duduzane to take her place.
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In return, Gumede wants to run for a senior position with the provincial executive according to TimesLIVE.
Duduzane Zuma elected ANC chairperson in Newlands, arrives driving a yellow taxi
Earlier, Briefly News reported that Duduzane Zuma who is the son of former President Jacob Zuma is making political strides in his bid to run the African National Congress in the future.
Duduzane was elected as the ANC chairperson and Ward 11 in Newlands, Durban on Thursday, 16 December. The voting took place at the Newlands East community hall during the ANC branch's biennial general meeting.
ANC eThekwini branch spokesperson, Ntando Khuzwayo says Duduzane played a major role in getting people to attend the meeting and even went as far as fetching people from their homes.
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Duduzane Zuma gets elected ANC chairperson of ward 11 in Newlands, rolls to meeting driving a yellow taxi
Briefly News previously reported that many South Africans see Duduzane Zuma as eye candy and to others, he is suited to be the next president of South Africa. Despite all the challenges facing his dad, the son of Jacob Zuma seems to have it all going for him.
According to some peeps, the young Msholozi would make a good president but he is carrying the 'wrong' surname. That is according to a regular social media user, @LeleMbinda.
Duduzane may be one of the good looking men in Mzansi and having the privilege of growing in a controversial family might dent his chances, but some people are adamant that he has what it takes and he must push for being a statesman.
Source: Briefly News