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Duduzane Zuma speaks on dating Thuli Phongolo rumours

Duduzane Zuma has dispelled rumours of his alleged romance with Thuli Phongolo

Duduzane Zuma has set the record straight on rumours flying around over his alleged affair with Thuli Phongolo when he appeared on episode 203 of Podcast and Chill with MacG.

Weeks ago, Thuli posted a picture of her secret bae and one tweep pointed out a tattoo that was similar to Duduzane’s tattoo. Since then, the two have been linked together because Thuli has been frequently vacationing in Dubai, where Duduzane has now relocated.

“There is one thing that I have never done. I do not comment on streets talking or allegations and gossip. That is not what I do,” Duduzane responded.

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“For me to have to worry about what people are saying, for example, if I answer that question, there will still be a lot of all other allegations that I would have opened the door to.

If a answer this question, there are other questions that I will have to answer. I don’t owe anyone an explanation about my personal life.”

During the interview, he told MacG about how he met his wife, Shanice Stork.

The couple married in 2015.

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“It was just a random, chilled, and laid-back afternoon on the weekend. Just cruising around, we happened to meet at a mutual friend’s cousin’s place and that’s how I met her. That’s how it started,” he said.

Duduzane also spoke about his childhood and being former president Jacob Zuma’s son. He also addressed his move to Dubai. However, he said he’s coming back because he believes he can contribute to Mzansi, referring to his plan to run for the presidency.

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“At the time when I moved, I need to emphasise this, it wasn’t a decision that I’d pack up and leave because I’m upset at the world. I love South Africa and I believe in South Africa. That’s why I’m coming back because I believe we have a lot of work to do. And I believe there’s a lot of contributions that I can still make… I’m gonna be part of the solution, I’m gonna be part of what South Africa will be in the next 10 to 15 years, there’s no doubt about that.”

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