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Exclusive Interview with Duduzane Zuma | MP Podcast #97

In this episode I spoke with Duduzane Zuma. We spoke about what’s happening in South Africa now and what led up to it, Duduzane and his father (former president) Jacob Zuma’s journey, social media, alleged allegations against him, lockdowns, his father and his encounters with South African law, and more.

Duduzane Zuma is the son of the former president of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, as well as a director of several South African businesses. After the incarceration of his father on Wednesday, July 7, 2021, linked to a refusal to appear before the Zondo Commission of Inquiry, violence and looting broke out in South Africa. He has a story that hasn’t been heard before in full.

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Show Notes
[00:00] Mikhaila introduces this episode’s guest, Duduzane Zuma.
[02:30] Duduzane Zuma gives a brief background of himself.
[4:26] Apartheid and its influence in South Africa.
[10:28] What’s happening in South Africa now?
[11:12] Duduzane Zuma goes over his father’s journey.
[14:31] Who are Jacob Zuma’s detractors?
[15:13] Duduzane Zuma and his social media debacle.
[19:10] Zumba discusses why he’s not on social media.
[21:22] Why are there so many corruption accusations brought up against Duduzane?
[25:00] What is happening with the rioting and looting going on in South Africa?
[35:17] What needs to be done to get Africa out of its current state.
[40:54] Mikhaila and Duduzane discuss his position in politics.
[42:47] Duduzane shares his message.
[44:10] How media mutes Duduzane.
[45:38] How the lockdown affected South Africa.
[53:25] Duduzane mentions some misinformation.
[56:30 ] Duduzane discusses his video about people’s reaction to his father’s arrest.
[59:44] Duduzane’s criticism of his encounters with the law in South Africa.

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