Former president Jacob Zuma’s son Duduzane has insisted to the Zondo inquiry that he has been unfairly depicted as the face of corruption in SA. 

“I am looked at as a criminal, and this face of corruption, this guy who has plundered trillions out of this country, which is not the case, by the way, so I would just like to say to the public out there I’m not corrupt, I’m not taking money from anyone. I don’t care how they [the public] take it. But I just want to make that clear,” he said.

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