Her utterances comes at a time ANC like all the other political parties are campaigning ahead of the local government, but she seem to be campaigning against president Cyril Ramaphosa and his CR17 faction.
She said Ramaphosa and the Democratic Alliance affiliated grouping, Afriforum always win their court cases, while Jacob Zuma and those aligned to him always lose their cases in court raising suspicions as to who is really controlling the courts.
"Afriforum wins all cases. Cyril wins all his cases. Zuma losses all his cases. Pro poor people lose all their cases. CR17 factions win their cases. Whose law is it. Who are these judges? Do judges run parliament? she asked.
She said the only solution is to force ANC leadership to resign, remove white monopoly capital "stooges" and vote ANC in numbers while counting the votes manually.
She further brought back to limelight how ANC insisted on burning confiscated looted food and that now they are going back to the same poor people asking for their votes.
"Just a reminder, this is the same ANC leadership looking for votes," she captioned the photo which shows confiscated food being burnt.
It also seems that it's not only Duduzile Zuma who is trying to campaign against Cyril Ramaphosa as Duduzane argues that the burning of food confiscated from poor people was inhuman.
"During my campaigns in KZN, it was difficult for me to listen to poor old people talking about how their food was taken away by the soldiers only for the food to be burned.
I struggled to defend that inhuman and insensitive behaviour. This is why I decided to donate groceries," he said.
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