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Ntsiki Mazwai wonders why Sjava is still being allowed to perform while Kelly Khumalo is getting cancelled.
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Ntsiki Mazwai on why Duduzane Zuma is better than Nhlanhla Lux

Controversial poet and activist Ntsiki Mazwai says Duduzane Zuma is better than both Nhlanhla Lux and Gayton McKenzie – here’s why.

Ntsiki Mazwai Duduzane Zuma

Ntsiki Mazwai wonders why Sjava is still being allowed to perform while Kelly Khumalo is getting cancelled.
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Ntsiki says Duduzane Zuma is ‘better than Nhlanhla Lux and Gayton McKenzieSouth African poet and human rights activist Ntsiki  Mazwai is one of the country’s most outspoken Twitter users and she knows it. She continues to share her thoughts on social media despite almost always facing backlash. Her latest tweets have been about presidential candidate Duduzane Zuma who she thinks is a lot better than a few other candidates who are currently campaigning to become the county’s next president.

Her controversial opinion was met with mixed reactions from locals who either agreed with her or called her crazy.

Ntsiki Mazwai roots for Duduzane Zuma as president

Duduzane Zuma, the son of former South African President Jacob Zuma appears to be doing something right.

He has made quite the impression on social media users and now even hard-to-impress Ntsiki Mazwai has sung his praises.

According to Mazwai who took to Twitter earlier today, Duduzane is a better presidential candidate than most of the people he is competing for the position with.

“What I like about Duduzane is that, unlike boGayton and Nhlanhla, he is not the gardener,” she wrote.

Many appear to agree

She isn’t the only person who has faith in Duduzane’s ability to rule the country – despite his and his family’s very checkered past.

A lot of them shared their thoughts on having the young Zuma as president and appear to be impressed with the show he is putting on for social media users.

@AwaitedOne1 commented:

“Duduzane Zuma filling the leadership vacuum left by Ramaphosa. Cleaning up after #KZNFloods. Civil Society Organizations and businesses were calling the public to help cleanup KZN after the July uprising. Where is that energy now? #RamaphosaMustGo”

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