Aspiring political candidate and businessman, Duduzane Zuma, confirmed off his taxi driving expertise as soon as once more in a current viral video.
A video was shared on Twitter displaying Zuma junior doing a routine spherical across the Tshwane space from, Tshwane Regional Mall to Mamelodi Excessive College. This was a part of his political marketing campaign to run for ANC president, as he engaged with college learners.
Passengers will be heard overjoyed realising who the taxi driver is, as they ask how a lot the journey will price them.
Duduzane replied that the journey will price them R20 and answered “yebo” when the learners requested in the event that they nonetheless needed to pay since he was driving.
The interactions between Duduzane and the passengers had been fairly just like any taxi trip. With passengers even asking for his or her change, as Duduzane says ha re ee (let’s go) in Sesotho.
The son of former president Jacob Zuma seems fairly jovial and relaxed steering the wheel.
The video has over 162 000 views on Twitter, as individuals commented that Duduzane Zuma, who has ambitions to run for president, is the “man of the individuals,” identical to his father.
Some recommended the video could have been a publicity stunt because it appeared curated, nevertheless, this was a part of a political marketing campaign.
This isn’t the primary time a video of Duduzane in a taxi has gone viral. In December final yr, he made a number of rounds in a taxi in KwaZulu-Natal assembly locals.
The businessman usually makes the headlines due to who his household is, questionable enterprise offers and his luxurious life-style.
His fleet of supercars made the rounds on social media in Might. Tiktok movies had been shared of Duduzane driving a McLaren, Ferrari and Maserati in Dubai.
He was additionally beforehand infamously concerned in a deadly automotive crash, after his Porsche collided with (satirically) a taxi.
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The aspiring politician hopes for a South Africa constructed for all. “Placing their racial, conventional, spiritual, social, financial variations apart,” he informed senior The Citizen journalist, Brian Sokutu, in an interview.
“We are able to solely construct this nation by working collectively and attracting individuals that will have misplaced hope and which have emigrated – to being part of our reconstruction. A rustic of peace, prosperity, security and safety – not for some, however for our complete inhabitants.”