Don't mess up with me: Ex President Jacob Zuma who impregnated 15 women issues strong warning

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Former president Jacob Zuma has issued a stern warning that he will not sit back and watch his critics provoking him.

Zuma was a keynote speaker at the Congress of South African Students (Cosas) meeting on free education held in Durban on Wednesday.

“There are people who like to talk about me, who are provoking me, and I kept quiet when I was president of the country,” said Zuma. “I no longer have that responsibility… and I want to warn them, they must keep quiet … I have things to say about their organisations, they must not provoke me.”

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Zuma will appear in court on Friday to face charges related to fraud, racketeering and money laundering.

Cosas says it will rally behind the former president in court.

Its leader in the eThekwini region, Khetha Mjodi, said people were innocent until proven guilty so they would stand behind Zuma, believing he is innocent.

"As the Congress of South African Students we respect the judiciary because no one is bigger than the judiciary," said Mjodi.

“The president is innocent until the court proves him guilty so as Cosas we have the responsibility of ensuring that all former leaders of the ANC are defended well, so we are going there on Friday, we are going to ensure that president Jacob Zuma is going to get the justice that is needed."

Gatherers inside the hall sang and chanted slogans “uZuma wenzeni?”, which translates to "What has Zuma done?", shortly before the former president took to the stage.

Zuma has over the years courted so much controversy including fathering 24 children and impregnating at least 15 women including daughters of his friends as well as dating girls 50 years younger than him.

But now it seems that Zuma has chosen to use his retirement to reignite a plan to marry more regularly. When he first became president, Zuma made a joyful biennial marriage part of annual festivities along with the annual Christmas party and chess tournament to which he would treat his neighbours in the surrounds of Nkandla.

In his first years in office, he married Thobeka Madiba and Gloria Ngema until the ANC put a stop to it. At his wedding to Ngema, Zuma told his new bride, "Don't close the door that you found open…" and he is clearly now free to exercise his options.

Now it seems that Zuma has chosen to use his retirement to reignite a plan to marry more regularly. When he first became president, Zuma made a joyful biennial marriage part of annual festivities along with the annual Christmas party and chess tournament to which he would treat his neighbours in the surrounds of Nkandla.

In his first years in office, he married Thobeka Madiba and Gloria Ngema until the ANC put a stop to it. At his wedding to Ngema, Zuma told his new bride, "Don't close the door that you found open…" and he is clearly now free to exercise his options.


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