'We're going in thick and fast': Duduzane Zuma on his plans to run for president

Duduzane Zuma says an 'interesting journey' lay ahead.

2021-05-18 07:15:00 PM

Former president Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane says his plans to run for president in the near future are still on the cards.

Duduzane Zuma says an 'interesting journey' lay ahead.

Image:Alon SkuyFormer president Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane says his plans to run for president in the near future are still on the cards. During his father's trial at the high court in Pietermaritzburg on Monday, Duduzane  reaffirmed his desire to lead the country.

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Zuma is facing charges of racketeering, two counts of corruption and 12 counts of fraud, nine of which are for allegedly making false income tax returns. He is charged along with French arms manufacturer Thales.Hiscase has been postponed to May 26, 

Speaking outside the court, Duduzane said an “interesting journey” lay ahead. “The plans are on. We are going in and we are going in thick and fast. Keep an eye on it, this may be an interesting journey,” he said. This is not the first time the controversial businessman has made his plans to run for president known.  headtopics.com

In March, Duduzane told the Afrikaans newspaperRapport that he wants to challenge President Cyril Ramaphosa for the presidency of the ANC at the next national elective conference.“It is time to move forward, and I believe there is now an opportunity to get involved. I believe I have a lot to offer [as president of the party] and I’m willing to stick my neck out for the ideals that are not being realised,” he told the paper.

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Has the bar for the Presidency been set yaht low Is he going to run for president under ANC ticket and if so he must know better not unless as an independent candidate, in the ANC you can't run for certain positions but you have never been a leader Voetsek criminal. Semper aliquid novi ex Africa. Always something new out of Africa.

He knows very well how gullible anc voters are... He also said he wish minister Gordan a speedy recovery Ngisasho ngithi le ekandla!! Yooh uyaphupha lo While he walks for the desperate ladies, might work in his mind.