Congratulations Flow in As Duduzane Zuma does this
Duduzane Zuma to finance KZN schoolchildren' tuition expenses.
The aspiring president wants to show the public his good side, and it appears that this is something he is very determined to do as much as he wants to be the next president of South Africa. Gobhela Primary Full Service School is fortunate to have become the latest beneficiary of Duduzane Zuma's educational donations.
He is on a political campaign, but that hasn't stopped him from demonstrating his generosity to ordinary citizens by handing out food parcels and donating smart classrooms to schools in KwaZulu-impoverished Natal's areas. This will undoubtedly help the ambitious son of Jacob Zuma.
The school is in the Ugu District of Umthwalume, in the south of KwaZulu-Natal, and will now be served by Duzuzane Zuma. There will be a lot of change in the community, and it will be interesting to see if the young Zuma can manage a community, let alone a country – this will be a good learning experience for him and for ordinary citizens, and it will be a chance for us to judge for ourselves whether he is a worthy presidential candidate.
Duduzane Zuma has announced that he will pay for student tuition fees up to university level out of his own pocket, with annual rates of around R43 000 per learner. This is fantastic for the inhabitants of that town and the students at that school, and it's encouraging to see someone who hopes to be the next president of South Africa doing such philanthropic work.
Perhaps the young Zuma might not be such a horrible candidate for the president, given the good he performs out of his own pocket; he is demonstrating that if given the chance, he will and can do better.
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