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Watch| Robert Marawa at It Again, He Reveals What He saw at Jacob Zuma's House

Robert Marawa, one of the best sports broadcaster in the country dropped a bombshell a couple of weeks ago when he revealed that Orlando Pirates had been guilty of barring Bafana Bafana coach from entering the Orlando Stadium to watch their games.

Bafana coach Hugo Broos two weeks ago revealed how Orlando Pirates refused him entry to their match against Mamelodi Sundowns.This the club and the Premier Soccer League admitted that Pirates had made a mistake by denying Broos entry. Marawa was quick to confirm that this was not the first time Pirates did this.

Meanwhile Marawa today had a say in politics, he revealed a side of former president Jacob Zuma that not many know. Marawa admitted to having gone to Zuma's Nkandla Homestead for a Christmas party he had organized.

The Jacob Zuma Foundation hosts annual Christmas parties for the poor and less fortunate in the Nkandla are and Marawa has been fortunate to attend some of these parties. During an interview with MacG on a podcast, Marawa revealed how he was fortunate to have attended one of the parties and that he had seen a side of Jacob Zuma that not many may have not seen or known about.

Marawa revealed how Zuma was a loving and giving person, he mentioned that Zuma was a giving person and he cared about the poor. Marawa added how Zuma would share what he has with the public and the young children attending the party. He also said that what he saw at Zuma's house was humility.

Marawa's sentiments come after months of court cases and criminal accusations against Zuma. Many know Zuma as a selfish thief who has been feeding of millions of tax payer's money while millions of South Africans suffer and die in hunger.

Zuma has reportedly stollens millions in Rands from his term as president, he is associated with the Gupta family and French arms deal company, Thales.

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