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Durban - It has returned to his Estcourt jail cell for previous president Jacob Zuma, in the wake of making a short visit in Nkandla to cover his more youthful sibling Michael Zuma. 

Getting back interestingly since he was condemned to a 15-month jail sentence for disdain of the court after he applied to the Department of Correctional Services for empathetic leave, Zuma was just seen by a couple as the Zuma family, driven by Edward Zuma and the Umkhonto we Sizwe veterans, who have been guarding the home since March, expanded its observation and pause and-search measures. 

By Thursday morning, a couple of vehicles and grievers were permitted to go through the designated spot, set up many meters from Michael's home, where the memorial service was occurring. Michael's house is close to Zuma's Nkandla home. 

At around 10am, Zuma's official security administrations guard drove him the brief distance to his sibling's home. 

A couple of meters from the home, there was another designated where passing vehicles were examined prior to being permitted to continue through the last stretch of the rock street. 

Among the high-profile grievers at the memorial service was KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala, who had sent his sympathies when information on Michael's demise penniless. 

A few grievers came in top of the line SUVs with Gauteng enrollment plates, and different grievers were driven and accompanied in dark SUVs with the enlistments of KwaZulu-Natal towns like Empangeni (NUF), Eshowe (NES), Krankskop (NKK), Impendle (NIM) and Pietermaritzburg (NP). 

During the memorial service, there was high police and armed force perceivability across the space. Both security powers had set up a barrier, a couple of kilometers from the real estate parcel involved by the Zumas in Nkandla, looking through all passing vehicles in the midst of assumptions that Zuma's allies would crowd the region and transform the memorial service into a political assembly, to request his delivery from jail. 

Police vehicles and officials were seen moving all through Michael's home, while others were positioned before Zuma's home, keeping a careful gaze. 

According to the exceptionally old Nguni custom, local people, youthful and old, gushed into Michael's home. Some of them were conveying new wood to be utilized inside the grave, to keep the dirt from arriving at the final resting place before they cover the grave.

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