Without any reasonable doubt, the former president homestead Nkandla has a lot of memories to many South Africans and when it got mentioned, many citizens got triggered.
There is a recent of waves of ordinary people, people's of names, politicians and businesses men and women, visiting the former president Jacob Zuma in his homestead Nkandla, in KwaZulu-Natal province.
Last year 2021 many politicians such as the Commander In Chief of the Economic freedom Fighters Julius Malema, advocate Dali Mpofu qnd others visited Nkandla.
Unexpectedly, it has been reported that King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo will pay a courtesy visit to former president of the republic of South Africa and African National Congress Jacob Zuma in Nkandla on Saturday of the 22 January 2022.
Dalindyebo’s spokesperson, Prince Mthunzi Ngonyama, told City Press newspaper that Dalindyebo wanted to see how the former president is doing, following his recent release from prison on medical parole.
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