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Former President Jacob Zuma’s twins Duduzane and Duduzile Zuma are facing arrest for inciting violence during the unrest that took place in KwaZuluNatal and Gauteng Provinces last month.

Their sibling Edward Zuma is facing arrest, as well as Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema. They will be scrutinised over the violence that took place in South Africa.

Shops were burnt and looted, haulage trucks ferrying luxury cars and goods were set alite and several roads were blocked.

More than 300 people lost their lives whilst several shopping malls were vandalised. All these activities left a trail of destruction in a country that is battling Covid-19.

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Acting Minister in the Presidency Khumbudzo Ntshavheni did not exclude a probe against former President Jacob Zuma’s children. The twins will have to answer for their utterances.

They appeared to be defending the activities of those who were partaking in the looting and destruction of properties.

SAPS warned that those identified for inciting violence on any platform would have to be arrested.

 



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