Jacob Zuma, former President of South Africa has expressed his pain of seeing educated black youths being "instruments" of white people.
Jacob Zuma, former President of South Africa has expressed his pain of seeing educated black youths being “instruments” of white people.
In short clip shared by his daughter Dudu Zuma-Sambudla on her Twitter page, the former South African President who has corruption charges hanging on him, was seen seated in front of a Jacob G Zuma Foundation banner and clad in a golf-shirt with his foundation’s emblem.
Jacob Zuma who spoke in English and Zulu, told Wits Young Communist League leaders at his home in Nkandla in KwaZulu-Natal;
“But at the centre of this is an African child … absolutely problematic for me is to see Africans who are doctors and professors think like white people. That’s a problem I have … not just having the mindset of white people but to be instruments of white people …That just kills me.”
The clip is a snippet of a longer interview which Zuma-Sambudla said would be released on South Africa Youth Day on Tuesday.