Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla, the daughter of former president Jacob Zuma, is being investigated by the Hawks despite the fact that she was not among the 20 suspected instigators of violence who were recently arrested in Kwa-Zulu Natal region.
Some have speculated that Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla was among the 20 people who appeared in court today on charges of inciting violence during last year's arrest of former president Jacob Zuma.
Hawks disclosed that while she is still under investigation for violence that occurred during last year's July unrest, she is not among the suspects who have been arrested and are currently in court.
Those suspected in the unrest in KwaZulu Natal have been charged with arson, encouragement to violence, and conspiracy to commit public violence.
Although the Hawks have been investigating whether or not Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla incited violence during the July riots, they have declined to comment on the current status of their probe.
"This study requires a high level of expertise and complexity. When conducting an investigation, it is imperative that we do so within the bounds of the law. As Hawks, we were concerned that communities would put pressure on us if we made arrests and subsequently dropped the charges "as they put it.
We see you" became a catchphrase for Duduzile Zuma, who was outspoken during the turmoil in July and continues to use it on social media.
Nkosentsha Shezi, a comrade of the RET in Kwa-Zulu Natal province, says that the arrest of the 20 suspects is politically motivated and that the province will again fight the Boers in the same manner in which it did it in the past.
"A Message to the Revolutionaries.
The full weight of the state has been directed towards you. They're coming to take you in for questioning and even arrest. Have faith that we will strike back at the proper time, and until then, you must maintain your strength. The government will be sued. It's enough to just raise awareness. We have already triumphed over the Boers, and we will do it again "", Nkosentsha Shezi stated.
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