Duduzane Zuma Biography, Age, Mother, Wife, Child, Net Worth, House, Case, Siblings
Duduzane Zuma Biography
Duduzane Zuma Bio
Duduzane Zuma is the son of the former South African president born on 20th May 1984 in . He became famous when he became the director of a number of South African businesses after his father became the president of the African National Congress and later the President of South Africa.
|Duduzane Zuma Age||He was born on 20th May 1984 (34 years as at 2018)|
|Duduzane Zuma Net worth||His net worth is under review will be updated|
|Duduzane Zuma Family||His father is former South African president Jacob Zuma and Kate Zuma. He is the twin brother of Duduzile Zuma|
|Duduzane Zuma Siblings||
Duduzile Zuma, Thuthukile Zuma, Gugulethu Zuma, Gugulethu Zuma-Ncube, Mziwoxolo Edward Zuma, Phumzile Zuma, Nhlakanipo Vusi Zuma, Mxolisi Zuma, Msholozi Zuma, Thandisiwe Zuma, Nqobile Zuma
|Duduzane Zuma Wife||
He married Shanice Stork in 2015 with the wedding being held at a luxury venue at the Zimbali Lodge in Ballito.
|Duduzane Zuma Qualifications||Pretoria Boys High School and later studied Information Technology|
|Duduzane Zuma Bussinesses||July 2008 – Present: Director of Mabengela Investment in Klerksdorp South Africa, Mining, Energy and Natural Resources.
September 2008- Present: Non Executive Director of JIC Mining Services
Director of Sahara Computers (ICT and Telecommunications)
Director of Islandsite Investments 254
Duduzane Zuma Mother
His mother was Kate Mantsho who died in 2000. He was married to Jacob Zuma for 18 years and she allegedly died after taking an overdose of sleeping pills and malaria medication.
Duduzane Zuma Child
Duduzane Zuma has a son with a former lover. His son was born two days after his wedding to Shanice Stork. In a leaked email Pieter van der Merwe, a lawyer, advised Duduzane to pay the mother of his child a lump sum of R3.5-million into a trust account for his son to avoid being “screwed”.
The baby mama initial demands were R70,000 for the birth fees, pram, cot and cot linen, bath, nappies and basic medication, clothes and a bouncing chair, among others. She also attached the fees of three prestigious Johannesburg private schools for Duduzane to pay as part of the baby’s monthly allowance.
In October 2015 Duduzane appeared in court and a settlement was drafted where a one-off lump-sum payment would be made which his baby mama could invest to look after the child.
Duduzane Zuma House
At the end of 2015 Duduzane bought an apartment worth nearly R18-million in the Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai, the largest city in the United Arab Emirates. Through leaked emails it was revealed that he bought the apartment with help from the Guptas and their associates.
Duduzane Zuma Culpable Homicide Case
In 2014 Duduzane Zuma was involved in an accident that left two people dead when his Porsche plunged into a 16-seater taxi. In 2015 the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) claimed that there was no evidence and hence they could not prosecute him. At the time Duduzane blamed the wet roads that caused his car to slip.
The case was revived by AfriForum, a civil rights group, which applied for private prosecution, arguing that there was evidence of negligence in July 2018.
“As the NPA, we have appointed an experienced prosecutor. We have faith in his expertise to do justice in this case. Mr Zuma is on free bail with no conditions,” NPA spokesperson Phindi Louw said.
The case was postponed to 23rd August, with members of the Black Land First claiming that AfriForum’s Kalie Kriel of being racist.
“You have no right to speak on behalf of black people, go back to Europe you colonialists. The Dube family deserve better.”
Andile Mngxithama, BFL president, said his party would “fight until racists go back to Europe. We are here in solidarity with Duduzane, he is being attacked because he is the son of the former President, Jacob Zuma.”
Duduzane Zuma Corruption Case
In August 2017 Duduzane Zuma and Gupta family were accused of treason‚ racketeering‚ extortion‚ fraud and forgery by the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA). The charfes were supported by an affidavit showing their influence on the levers of power in South Africa.
OUTA claimed that the Gupta brothers and Duduzane Zuma ran a substantial business empire‚ linked to illegal state capture‚ benefiting by billions of rand in allegedly illegitimate deals facilitated by compliant ministers and state officials.
His charges relate to allegations that he took former deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas to a meeting with the Guptas business family in October 2015 who tried to bribe him in his presence.