In the past few days, Dudu Zuma has been on the South African former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's case. She (Dudu Zuma) left many South Africans in disbelief when she tried to compare Thuli Madonsela to a monkey. However, many people found Dudu Zuma's tweet to be distasteful. And now she has once again reacted to Thuli Madonsela's harmless tweet with some strong words.
Well, the former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela, on her official Twitter account shared a tweet which talked extensively about Ubuntu and self respect. On her philosophical tweet, Thuli Madonsela argued that if one doesn't have a self respect, he/she will most likely not respect other people.
And many people seemed to appreciate what Thuli Madonsela has posited. However, as already alluded above, Dudu Zuma appeared to be totally in disagreement with what Thuli Madonsela has postulated.
Thuli Madonsela's harmless tweet reads as follows:
"In ubuntu, you start with self respect, which becomes the springboard for respecting the humanity and dignity of others therefore, without self respect, you cannot respect others"
And Dudu Zuma told Thuli Madonsela that she should leave the concept of Ubuntu because it is for black people, not colonial clerks. Dudu Zuma asserted that Thuli Madonsela should leave blackness to them.
She said "It’s The Subtweeting For Me.. But I’m Always Ready!!! Let’s Go. uBuntu Is For BLACK People NOT Colonial Clerks Like You. Leave Blackness To Us"
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