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Dudu Zuma Vows To Never Forgive Sihle Zikalala For What He Did To Looters

Former president Jacob Zuma's daughter, Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla has vowed to never forgive Sihle Zikalala for beating up one of the looters during the July violent protests and looting that took place in Kwa-Zulu Natal and Gauteng following the arrest of Jacob Zuma.

Sihle Zikalala was caught live on camera taking it upon himself to discipline one of the looters they have come face to face with carrying groceries.

Zuma's daughter however said Zikalala's behaviour can neither be forgotten nor forgiven.

"We will not forgive nor forget what Sihle did here," she said.


Dudu Zuma's tweet however backfired as the former president ended up being the one attacked by angry social media users.

"What Sihle did to that boy is nothing compared to what your father did to the work of president Mandela and Mbeki and to South Africa as well,"

"Zuma's Nkandla homestead must be sold to recover some of the R246m looted to build it. Or it must become state property turning into a museum of shame as a reminder of the 9 wasted years," some opined.

"We will never forgive and forget what your father did to our SOE, we will never forgive and forget what your father did to Kwezi, we'll never."

Jacob Zuma's supporters are also begining to disapprove Duduzile's behaviour as they argue that each time she says something, her father end up being attacked and disrespected by social media users.

"I have noticed that people insult Zuma and not Duduzile because of her tweets. Duduzile if you really love your dad, do an honourable thing and stop embarrassing this humble old man. Please please please. Uyathukwa uZuma ngenxa yakho," pleaded a Twitter user.

Apart from experiencing voter apathy, while trying to address members in Ward 28, Ray Nkonyeni Municipality in Kwa-Zulu Natal, Sihle Zikalala will be launching ANC's manifesto for local government elections in the province over the weekend.

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