WATCH: Gifts roll in for Zuma

Jacob Zuma’s daughter Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla shared a video clip on Twitter showing Dudu Myeni delivering groceries in Nkandla. Courtesy #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - Former SAA board chair Dudu Myeni's fortunes seem to be improving.

Two years ago, she couldn't afford to travel from Durban to Pretoria to attend a court case seeking to declare her a delinquent director.

Now, she can afford to help former president Jacob Zuma feed scores of visitors to his Nkandla home.

READ: ANC top brass to meet with Zuma

Zuma’s daughter Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla shared a video clip on Twitter showing Myeni delivering groceries in Nkandla.

"It's a great honour and pleasure for me to have known you, for a number of years of over two decades or so," Myeni told Zuma.

"I see people are coming in large numbers, but what I've been observing as a woman is that you continue to dine with them and you still are happy to host people as you always say that you love people and it shows in how you interact with them."

READ: IN NUMBERS: Myeni pleads poverty

Myeni said Zuma's leadership is appreciated.

"All I'm saying today is that as a pensioner who has no shares in any mining company, is that we know very well from the Saturdays at your Jacob Zuma Foundation, I said let me come and give the little that we could afford with my family to say, please continue during your pension years that God has given you to enjoy your people, to continue to serve them and to continue as well to lead us because we still want to tap from your wisdom."

EFF leader Julius Malema is among several high profile people who've recently paid Zuma a visit.

They include ANC leaders, uMkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans as well as Police Minister Bheki Cele.


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