Duduzane Zuma chats with former South African President Jacob Zuma about his long standing relations with African leaders that dates back to the liberation struggle. It is from this view that Duduzane Zuma concluded that Jacob Zuma was a Pan Africanist.
Jacob Zuma spoke about his close relationship with the late Mozambican President Samora Machel and how he stayed in that country for ten years.
Zuma went on to speak about his relations with Kenneth Kaunda of Zambia, Do Santos of Angola, Julias Nyerere of Tanzania, Paul Kagame of Rwanda, Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya, Yoweri Museveni of Uganda, Gadaffi of Libya, calling them his comrades.
He also mentioned Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe as his closest friend from the liberation struggle till his death. Zuma said he worked very well with all Presidents from all corners of the African continent and abroad.
Jacob Zuma urged African leaders not to rely on former colonisers. He said Africa must not allow itself to be influenced or controlled by Europe.
More so, he said Africa must own it’s minerals not the Europeans and that the continent must speak in one voice with a clear vision.
Duduzane Zuma said Africans must trust one another, live together and stop xenophobia. They also commended Nkosana Dlamini Zuma for doing a great job as Head of the African Union during her terms.