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ANC Veteran Opens Can Of Worms "Zuma Is Still In High Spirits"

ANC veteran Sihle Zikalala who is also a known staunch supporter of former president Jacob Zuma, has finally came out revealing that despite being in prison for two weeks, former president Jacob Zuma is in high spirits.

Tony Yengeni's words comes at a time there is a clash going on between EEF president Malema, SA president Ramaphosa, and former president Zuma who contradicted President Ramaphosa when he said the riots last week were not part of a planned insurrection.

Zuma, who on Thursday was briefly delivered from jail, gone to the burial service of his sibling, Michael, in Nkandla. 

Zikalala, who was one of the great profile grievers who went to the burial service, said Zuma didn't give any indications of misery. 

"He is healthy," he said. Columnists, who had set up camp external Zuma's Nkandla estate since Thursday morning, were banned from going to the burial service held at Michael's home a short distance from the previous president's home. 

The previous president is presently saving a 15-month prison term for resisting a Constitutional Court request to show up before the Zondo Commission researching state catch. 

Zikalala, who as of late went under analysis subsequent to engaging President Cyril Ramaphosa to exculpate Zuma, on Thursday said he had passed on the make a difference to the "important specialists" to choose. 

Zuma went to his sibling's memorial service a couple of days after individuals professing to be his allies plundered organizations and vandalized property in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng. 

Zikalala said the question of the mobs was not talked about during the gathering with Zuma. "Be that as it may, I'm certain he is extremely concerned," he said.

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