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Look Who Was Spotted Driving A Taxi In Tshwane that Amazed The people

Duduzane Zuma, son of former president Jacob Zuma, startled some Tshwane commuters by driving a taxi to Mamelodi high school. 

Duduzane Zuma was going with his convoy, although he was driving a taxi with passengers from Tshwane regional mall to Mamelodi high school, where he spent time interacting with the students. 

Duduzane Zuma's campaign DZ22 was printed on the backs of the shirts worn by his entourage members. 

The visit of Duduzane Zuma to the Mamelodi township elicited a range of social media responses. Some congratulate him for his initiative to reach closer to the youth, while others criticize him on the grounds that these high school students would not vote. 

Please also visit postsecondary colleges. School kids cannot vote. In addition, the Department of Education is responsible for them. People between the ages of 18 and 35 need you the most. We are paid modest pay, and the unemployment rate is high. We need the policies of the Zuma administration as the middle class," claimed some. 

Duduzane Zuma's visit to Tshwane, however, coincided with the ANC policy conference, which is being held until Sunday. According to some social critics, it appears that Duduzane is not among the Kwa-Zulu Natal delegates attending the conference. 

Duduzane Zuma was one of the participants at the Kwa-Zulu Natal provincial conference where the Talibans, a RET-affiliated organization, paralyzed the section that is aligned with President Cyril Ramaphosa. 

"I see that you did not make Kwa-Zulu Natal's top six or Provincial Executive Committee; are they saving you for the national electoral conference?" Others questioned.

Duduzane Zuma has visited numerous schools and donated devices to help students catch up with technology, since the globe has already entered the fourth technological industrial revolution.

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