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Duduzile Zuma tells Sunday time journalist to stop writing about her father

The biggest supporter of the former president Jacob Zuma, Duduzile who is also her daughter has taken on the journalist of Sunday Times. It seems like all they do is to write stories about the former president all the time.

We know that Zuma has been the talk of town ever since he was arrested and even after his release on parole. Just a few days ago there was a National Welcome Prayer for the former president were the spokesperson of the Jacob Zuma Foundation Mzwanele Manyi said that South Africans should continue to pray for the former head of State, for what he is currently facing.

It seems like Duduzile Zuma believes that his father is no longer news worthy. She says that they should stop writing about his and that his father is not on house arrest as they assume.

"Amanda Khoza from Sunday Times and Lindiwe Gumede from Sunday TribuneSA my father is not under house arrest and you are not privy to his parole conditions. My father can't be your only news maker, there are taxi wars happening and ministers being taken hostage"

We know that journalist decides on what is being news worthy and this also depends of the people who are reading those articles. If the readers finds it news worthy, then they will continue to write about him and we also know that our media is very selective of what stories they right about. Some are saying that it is captured. They only give us what they think we want.

I Assume that if these two journalist are writing about the former president and his daughter is fighting so hard for them to stop writing about him, it can only be bad things that they right about him or just that it is not something that they do not approve off. It does not fit their narrative.

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