Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla, the daughter of former president Jacob Zuma, seems to have responded to the Hawks' investigation of her in connection with the July 2021 unrest by saying she has nothing to worry about. Her name was in a statement that the Hawks got about the violence and theft last year. Brig Thandi Mbambo, a spokesman for the Hawks, told TimesLIVE that they were not directly looking into her, but that she had been named in statements from sources, so they were looking into her.
When asked if the Hawks would look into her, Mbambo said, "Kind of, but not really." She has been mentioned in some of the statements we have. We are not looking into her right now." After the news came out, Zuma-Sambudla posted a picture of herself and said that she is the daughter of "a great man" and won't be scared.
"My name is Dudu Zuma. I am the daughter of Jacob Zuma, who is the greatest politician of all time. I have his blood in my veins. I'm not afraid. I won't let myself be scared. I beat the dogs, so now the owners are going to come out. She wrote, "We see you." The foundation named after her father also spoke out about the reports, saying it was worried that the attacks on [former president] Zuma were spreading to his children.
"How could Twitter have influenced poor people who don't have smartphones, data plans, and probably aren't even on Twitter or can't read?" "It's crazy," the JGZ Foundation said.
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