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Duduzane Zuma responds to latest NPA developments on fatal 2014 car crash

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Duduzane Zuma has responded to NPA head, Shamila Batohi’s criticism and questioning on how and why he was never formally criminally charged for a car crash back in 2014.

Duduzane Zuma has responded to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) head who has come out guns blazing for him, son of former ANC President, Jacob Zuma. This is over why he was never criminally charged with culpable homicide and negligent driving for crashing into a taxi in 2014, an accident which claimed some lives.

The son of the former president is convinced that the NPA and Batohi’s stance on the matter is one based on politics and not actually serving for justice. “It’s political, it’s not about justice,” Zuma went on to tweet on Sunday, 6 June 2021, in response to Batohi’s statement.

Zuma has continued to engage on the Twitter post and respond to some opinions shared by his followers and non-followers. He further defended his father in his ongoing corruption case involving the highly controversial Gupta family in business dealings that allegedly involved the state’s funds.

See the post below.


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