Zuma keeps to himself at brother’s funeral in Nkandla

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Former president Jacob Zuma.
Former president Jacob Zuma.

Former president Jacob Zuma’s neighbours were on Thursday left fuming after he could not address them during the funeral of his brother, Michael, in Nkandla.

Journalists, who camped outside the Zuma homestead since yesterday morning, were barred from attending the funeral. However, Zuma’s neighbours who were at the funeral said Zuma was quiet throughout the entire funeral proceedings.

“Each time something wrong happens to him, like this thing of arresting him, we are always the first people to stand up and speak out about the ill-treatment he is getting.

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