Dudu Zuma said some leaders must stop talking insisting that if former president Thabo Mbeki doesn't stop talking then she will start asking questions about the whereabouts of Mbeki's children.
"Some leaders must stop talking otherwise we will start asking..Where are your children? But let me tool for now," said Dudu Zuma.
Former president Thabo Mbeki seem to have struck a nerve when he said South Africans must make sure that state capture which took place under Zuma will not happen again. He puts blame also on South Africans whom he said watched while the country was being captured by a few individuals.
"What happened is that as South Africans, we allowed this destruction to take place. We were all around somewhere in our society. How do we make sure this does not happen, that we recover from this great tragedy?" Mbeki said.
Thabo Mbeki is also one of the ANC heavyweights who condemned former president Jacob Zuma and said he was disappointed in him over the state capture.
The same however couldn't be said when it comes to Cyril Ramaphosa over his Phala Phala scandal. Mbeki said he actually sympathise with Ramaphosa over the criminal charges that he is facing after it emerged that cash suspected to have been part money laundering was stashed at his farm, and later stolen.
Instead of reporting the crime, president Cyril Ramaphosa is said to have allegedly bribed those who had stolen from him so they could keep quite about the incident.
Thabo Mbeki's show of favouritism to Cyril Ramaphosa, but condemning Jacob Zuma for wrong doing is what infuriated Dudu who said Mbeki must stop taking or the whereabouts of his children will be questioned.
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