According to Dudu Zuma, former president Thabo Mbeki needs to keep quiet or she'll start asking him about his kids.
"Certain leaders need to be quiet or we will start asking, "Where are your children?" However, to be succinct:" According to an approximate paraphrase of Dudu Zuma.
When former president Thabo Mbeki warned that state capture under Zuma must not happen again, he seemed to strike a chord. He claims that South Africans share responsibility for the country's current predicament since they did nothing while a minority seized power.
"We South Africans, unfortunately, did nothing to stop the destruction of our nation. Every single one of us was ubiquitous in our society. How do we move on from this devastating loss and make sure it doesn't happen again?" It was Mbeki who made the remark.
Many prominent members of the African National Congress (ANC) have spoken out against former president Jacob Zuma for his involvement in state capture, and now Thabo Mbeki has joined their ranks.
Cyril Ramaphosa's Phala Phala scandal, on the other hand, did not garner the same level of backing. Initially assumed to be part of a money-laundering conspiracy, the finding of stolen cash on Ramaphosa's property has prompted Mbeki to express sympathy for Ramaphosa in light of the criminal allegations he is facing.
Rather to report the fraud, President Cyril Ramaphosa is accused of paying off those who stole from him so they would keep quiet.
To get Thabo Mbeki to cease showing favoritism to Cyril Ramaphosa while condemning Jacob Zuma for misconduct, Dudu has threatened to monitor his whereabouts with his own children.
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