Duduzane Zuma and his wife Shanice Stork. Image via Twitter @nowcoza.

Duduzane Zuma’s wife: Shanice Stork’s net worth, career and more

Not much is known about Shanice Stork, the wife of former president Jacob Zuma’s son Duduzane, here’s a look at her net worth and more.


Duduzane Zuma and his wife Shanice Stork. Image via Twitter @nowcoza.

The son of former President Jacob Zuma, Duduzane Zuma is married to a woman named Shanice Stork, who has quite the impressive net worth herself. Here’s what we know.


Shanice Stork is a business mogul originally from Durban, South Africa. She married Duduzane Zuma in 2015 at the Newlands, Durban, at the New Apostolic Church. The wedding was attended by 500 people. 

Duduzane is quite private about his love life and his wife. So, here’s what we know, according to Savanna News,

  • She was born on 26 March 1993 so she is 29 years old. Duduzane is 38 years old. 
  • Shanice matriculated at Hillview Secondary School. She then pursued her tertiary education at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN).

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According to Savanna News, sources claim that Shanice doubles as Duduzane’s business partner. Duduzane is invested in several businesses from real estate to trading. He is also the director of some South African businesses,

  • Westdawn Investments
  • Gemini Moon Trading 254
  • Karibu Hospitality
  • Afripalm Horizons
  • Sahara Holding (owned by the Gupta family)
  • Shiva Uranium

So the pair allegedly have a joint net worth of $15 million which equates to R225 million.


Duduzane’s father Jacob is a polygamist as he has six wives and he was previously engaged Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) star Nonkanyiso “LaConco” Conco, who he has a son with. So, will Duduzane also consider polygamy? 

Duduzane told Sunday World in 2020 that he did not fully understand the practice at first but he learnt that it can be an amazing support structure. 

So, he would consider taking on another wife – as long as everyone is happy.

“If it should ever happen, I will have that conversation with my wife, in-laws and whoever else. As long as everyone is happy,” he said to the publication.

“I didn’t understand it until I was about nine years old. When my mom died as a result of suicide, there was an amazing support structure from my siblings and mothers who stepped up. So I respect the tradition,” he continued.

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